Physicians have residency programs to continue honing their education following their clinical rotations. As a current NP student, I plan on entering an NP residency program to do the same. NP residency programs aren't required and there are only a few programs. I just want more experience.
I know I have my patients' lives in my hands. I want to be prepared.
Should the seriousness with which I take my education, be dismissed when I plan on getting the clinical and residency experience I need and want? The professors I take classes from have the degrees to back up the courses they present.
I chose Walden because it works with my schedule. I am happy with the education. Even if I went to a different school, I am still responsible for learning the material. No one is spoon feeding me.