I'll be enrolled part time to become an Adult Nurse Practitioner.
It will take me three years, or seven semesters. I'll be (almost) 29 when finished. Hopefully I will graduate December 2013.
Initially, I was registered for Theoretical Foundations of Advanced Nursing Practice as an online course, and Ethical Legal Nursing on campus. I know it might sound silly, but I wanted to take one course live, so I actually felt like I was in school. Plus, in general, I hate online classes.
However, now my plans are totally shot because I just realized that the university has cancelled my live class!! Now, everything is online, which screws up my whole deal. I did not want to take Theoretical Foundations on campus because I heard that it's pretty boring.
What should I do?
1. Switch Theory to on campus and just go with it...
2. Keep all my classes online for now since next semester I will take Patho on campus, anyway
Pros and Cons of both :
- If taken in class, I will actually feel like I'm in school, which I wanted
- However, the class may be incredibly boring and the tests could be vague/theory
- But I HATE online classes!!!
- I would also have a 45 minute commute every Tuesday afternoon, but just once per week
- Not a lot of leeway with work schedule if on campus
- will need to pay for parking
- For online, there is $90 fee for each class
It seems like more cons to on campus, but I'm still not sure...