Published May 19, 2009
Thinking about West Coast University BSN program, but it seems so much less intimidating than some others I've looked at. It is accredited, but is it too good to be true?
Anyone gone to this school, or currently attending??
TheCommuter, BSN, RN
I've heard that their BSN program costs in the $67,000 range.
I enrolled for the term starting august 31st....the people are really great....the school is pricey tho, if you have no credits towards the BSN program it cost $116,000(just be aware that this is all inclusive, text books, scrubs....) I have most my general ed classes completed but I have yet to find out how much my bill is gonna be....
Hi-Thinking about West Coast University BSN program, but it seems so much less intimidating than some others I've looked at. It is accredited, but is it too good to be true?Anyone gone to this school, or currently attending??
I just graduated from the ADN program at WCU this year, and I HIGHLY recommend it. Personally, it was an excellent investment. Administration cares very much about their students and the teachers all very experienced and knowledgeable.
I was just wondering, did they accept most of your credits toward your BSN? How long will the program take?
Hi I am currently looking for a good nursing school to attend. I dont have any prereqs right now so i will be starting out from scratch. I looked into WCU's RN Program and it does look awesome, but the cost really concerns me. Since I have no prereqs it'll cost me $126k. My other choices are to go to a community college which will take forever or complete an LVN program in the meantime and then work on getting my RN. My question to you is now that you have completed school did you have a hard time getting a job and do you regret having to pay so much money back for the school. DO you think it'll be better to go a less expensive route? I will have to take out loans for the entire balance most likely.Any advice would be much appreciated.
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