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Scarletknight8 ADN, BSN

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Scarletknight8 has 9 years experience as a ADN, BSN and specializes in Mental Health Board Certified.

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  1. Scarletknight8

    Aspen University MSN

    Inquiring info from anyone who completed Aspen's MSN program. Class setup, workload, instructors. Any info would be welcomed.
  2. Scarletknight8

    MSN Administration - Texas A&M International

    I have been accepted but debating to either start in July or August..Have you been able to find any info or someone who is in or completed the program?
  3. Scarletknight8

    MSN-Ed University of West Georgia

    I have been accepted to the MSN-Education for the Fall '20, part-time. Looking for anyone to who has completed or is currently in the program with class feed-back, and instructor feedback. Also, we could make this a concurring posts for those who plan to start Fall '20.
  4. Hello woodsynyMSN,

    I wanted to get some info on Chamberlain MSN program, and I am hoping you can fill in the gaps. How heavy is the workload? Is it discussion/paper or proctored exam? Can you work full-time and stay on target? Are there any demanding courses (i.e. huge papers)? Any info will help.

    Thanks in Advance,

    John C. Martinez, RN 

    1. woodsyny

      woodsyny, MSN

      Scarletknight8
      I took one class at a time and it was fine. Eight week sessions, usually three big papers in the eight weeks and discussion board posts each week. I did not have any exams but graduated three years ago, and the program has changed I heard.
      I work seven days in two weeks so just had to use time-management. It is not an "easy" program, but very doable. I now teach for Chamberlain online in their BSN program so it was worth it to me! Hope this helps!

  5. Hello to all, Has anyone completed, or in the process of completing the MSN-Education program from United States University? I cannot seem to find any feedback on this program, with the exception that it is accredited by the CCNE. Any feedback would be helpful. Thank,
  6. Hello Charlottegirl,

         I noticed that you graduated from GCU with your MSN in education. I am currently shopping schools for my MSN in education and wanted to know about your experience with GCU. How heavy was the class work? Can you attend part time? Is the course work discussion/paper or proctored exam? Is there any outrageous assignments i.e. 20+ page paper? Any feedback would be appreciated.

  7. Hello Kathy,

    I wanted to get some info on UofP MSN program, and I am hoping you can fill in the gaps. How heavy is the workload? Is it discussion/paper or proctored exam? Can you work full-time and stay on target? Are there any demanding courses (i.e. huge papers)? Any info will help.

    Thanks in Advance,

    John C. Martinez, RN 

    1. kathy48

      kathy48

      The workload was heavy but doable. There are writing intensive courses. I really enjoyed the research courses and there is one finance course that was fun and challenging. Overall I truly enjoyed it and it changed my life!

  8. Scarletknight8

    University of South Alabama PMHNP Fall 2019

    Hello to all, I am applying to multiple PMHNP programs with USA being one. Does this program have a part-time track or is it only full time? I cant seem to find any info of this on their website.
  9. Does anyone have any feedback or experiences they wish to share with the MSN program at Texas A&M International. They seem to have an interesting program, but I would like to know what I am walking into. Thanks
  10. Scarletknight8

    MSN Administration - Texas A&M International

    Does anyone have any feedback or experiences they wish to share with the MSN program at Texas A&M International. They seem to have an interesting program, but I would like to know what I am walking into. Thanks
  11. Does anyone have any feedback or experiences they wish to share with the MSN program at Texas A&M International. They seem to have an interesting program, but I would like to know what I am walking into. Thanks
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