OP. Welcome to the world of nursing. I had pretty much the same reaction you are having now when I moved from a "higher" level of education to nursing. You are comparing your experience in a PhD program with your experience in a nursing program (level is unimportant). It's apples vs. oranges. Nursing is a profession which traditionally does not value higher education. Experience makes the nurse, and an experienced nurse makes the best teacher. It is wildly opposite of most other academic disciplines. I, too, was shocked and appalled at how parts of my nursing education proceeded but with time comes perspective. Yes, your professors are probably less "professorial" relative to other academic programs. No, most of them don't have PhD's. But those things aren't particularly relevant to the field you're going into. You don't need a PhD to become an RN or to teach others how to be good nurses. You need average intelligence and decent critical thinking skills.
Coming into nursing from higher ed, it's easy to crap all over the field and its method of education. It takes patience and a lot of experience to begin to appreciate what it's like to be a nurse and why you should be proud of the education you are receiving. My advise is this: if you really want to be a nurse (? do you ?), get ready to radically change your perspective on education and learning. Intended or not, you are coming across as an arrogant blowhard in your postings and I'd be willing to bet you present the same attitude to your teachers and classmates. I believe that you believe that you aren't presenting yourself this way but look at how your teachers are responding to you. Look at how other posters are responding to you. Nursing is a profession driven by interpersonal relationships and right now you seem to be burning bridges left and right. There is little tolerance for your kind of attitude in nursing, and no tolerance at all for it in nursing school. You will get eaten alive.
Bottom line: yours is a completely normal reaction, yes you have made some valid points, but none of it matters if you want to be a nurse. Changing into this profession requires a graceful acceptance of a large amount of ridiculousness and unfairness. You have to decide if you want to be a nurse badly enough to make that change.