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Lack of integrity! I finished my classes and even walked for graduation! Upon requesting for my diploma I was told I was short 1 class and I would not get my diploma! Still paying for my BSN and no degree! Don’t waste your time attending! What good is an education if the school doesn’t give the diploma!!!
The online program at the University of Phoenix School of Nursing was very convenient to take. I was able to take classes and study on my own time and the program fitted my busy schedule. I liked everything about online program at University of Phoenix School of Nursing. But I would include more 24/7 help and instant chat. Other than that my overall experience taking courses online at University of Phoenix School of Nursing was very positive. I was able to complete courses working full time and taking care of my family.
I had the support I needed from my professors and I was able to learn at my own pace, on my own schedule and on my own time. I had a wonderful experience. The professors helped me through the toughest times and I got received my degree in no time.
You can do it in your time, take as long as you need to or complete it more quickly but they are always there to help you to make sure you succeed at whatever pace works best for you. But give more choices on courses and teachers. The site works great and it's super easy to use so it hardly ever is down to make me take longer to do my studying. It works really well. My overall experience with this online program and courses I have taken are great. They are dedicated to make sure you will succeed and it helps motivate you and give you confidence.
You're at home and you want to take online classes. Fits into your schedule so you can attend and study and work really hard and be happy that you completed it. I'm just curious as to what's out there knowing all the areas one might take. Everything is great and ways to sign up. I really want to see the end result. Spelling, history, math, reading, writing, geology, health & wellness, woman studies or other health and I would tour a school and get some ideas about the way the college sees its student.
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I loved having the option to talk to the professor one on one. I liked that I could turn in my work at the end of the week and the ability to read and work on my time schedule. This allowed me to continue working at the same time. I truly enjoyed learning new and exciting perspective. Many professors provided me with great feedback and I loved learning new perspective on things. The ability to have other opinions on the same subject was eye opening too. But there were times when group projects were difficult due to not having the support of the others involved in the group. Sometimes when there was a question on s particular subject it can be hard to get the clarification that is needed.
I was able to access my courses at my convenience and the instructors were very responsive to any of my questions and concerns about the subject being studied. But I did not like the team learning concept because sometimes the other team members were either late in completing their assigned task or failed to do the task at all. This failure often lead to either myself or other team members taking up the slack by completing the missing assignment which was not done by the delinquent team member. Other than that I really enjoyed my experience at the institution. I especially enjoyed the convenience of the online learning concept.
The University of Phoenix is well known and accredited. When you become a student at this university, it is easy to see that the administrators want to see you succeed. They meets all of the educational needs that I have. The online program is great for a variety of reasons. I can take classes at a time that works with my schedule. This type of program is great for parents who don't have as much as others might have. It is also great for anyone returning to school. And the price of tuition is very good as well. The school is great and the classes are informative. The teachers and staff are doing a great job. They are helpful and they are always ready and available when needed.
Registering and obtaining resources for classes have been easy. I have had support from instructors and good experiences with the courses that I have taken part in so far. But I didn't like not having one on one interaction with the instructor. Being in different time zones than the instructors and other students can make it difficult when submitting assignments on time. But other than that, they have completely online and easily accessible classes and studies. Working full time I wouldn't be able to do traditional school. I like being able to registered online and not have to go to campus for anything.
I have a job that I do love and need to be able to fully immerse myself at work but still have time to take classes. I have taken courses to help me with my HR work. I am a nurse and have been for many years but have been working in HR at my job for the last 15 years. I have hands on experience in my job but would like a degree also. With University of Phoenix School of Nursing, you can take classes and still work full time, which is important to me. Though I am happy that there are such great online classes, I wish there was a way to have faster, more intense courses so that you could learn and graduate faster.
University of Phoenix School of Nursing expert review by ConsumerAffairs
The University of Phoenix School of Nursing provides registered nurses with flexible bachelor’s and master’s degree options as well as multiple healthcare certificates. Course curriculum is designed with employers in mind and aligns with many professional organizations such as the American Nurses Association (ANA).
Nursing programs: The University of Phoenix offers bachelor’s degrees in health administration and nursing (RN to BSN). Master’s nursing degrees are offered with multiple concentration options including nurse administrator, nurse education and informatics. In addition to graduate programs, The University of Phoenix offers many different types of post-graduate certifications.
Accreditation: The University of Phoenix is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Its Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Tuition: Tuition for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) is $410 per credit for 100-200 level courses and $510 per credit for 300-400 level courses. Tuition for a Masters of Science in Nursing is $595 per credit. Each degree has a resource fee of $165. Consumers can go online for a full cost breakdown of each type of nursing program offered.
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA): Students can apply relevant work experience towards college credits through the PLA program. To qualify, students can create a Professional Training Portfolio online describing relevant work experience and write an experience-based essay on an approved topic. The essay should show how knowledge from relevant work experience has been gained through theory and application. There is a one-time submission fee of $150 and a fee-per-credit of $75.
Admission: Admission requirements differ depending on the level of degree that is desired. Consumers can check online for a full list of admissions requirements for undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degree levels.
Best for: registered nurses wanting to get an advanced degree in nursing.
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