I really liked the program. You always hear about nursing programs that start out with a lot of students, only to graduate a few. This program truly wants you to succeed. I very much enjoyed the holistic point of view and the Evidence Based Practice that is the foundation of the program. They truly keep up with the evidence and teach the students EBP. The workload can be a lot at times, but it of course is manageable. Many of my classmates went through the program and have children (and some with large families...me being one of them). You will make amazing friends in the program. They become like family to you. Rely on each other and you will succeed.
I really do feel like this program prepares you well. You get a lot of clinical hours. In your last semester, you are basically working as a full time nurse, under the supervision of a preceptor (on a 1 to 1 basis since you aren't licensed yet so you get a lot of experience in your last semester!). Many people get jobs in the area they had their practicum. I also feel like the program prepares you well for the NCLEX-RN.
As for job outlook after graduation, many of us, including myself, received job offers PRIOR to graduation and if they didn't receive one prior to graduation, they received one shortly after if they were looking for one. I am a Staff Nurse in Obstetrics, which is the area I wanted. Nationwide, it's a hard area to get into as a new grad, but it can be especially hard since the program does not allow practicums in Obstetrics (you get a brief clinical rotation in OB). This isn't to say that our practicum areas weren't amazing areas. Many practicum areas are in the ICU and emergency rooms (including pediatric emergency room)...a lot of critical care areas are practicum choices. My other classmates have jobs in the Adult Emergency Department, Shock Trauma ICU, Medical ICU, Neuro ICU, Oncology, Cardiology unit, Med-surg units. Several of my classmates moved across the nation.