USU’s Provost, Dr. Scott Burrus and adjunct faculty member, Dr. Melanie Shaw were accepted into the 2021 Distance Learning Administration…January 26, 2021
Follow the link below to listen to the Podcast. https://www.osmosis.org/raisethelinepodcast/nurses-the-trusted-profession-with-dr-jennifer-billingsley-dean-of-the-college-of-nursing-and-health-sciences-at-the-united-states-universityJanuary 26, 2021
Follow the link below to listen to the podcast ABD, Limiting Beliefs and Giants with Dr. Scott Burrus (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1547113/7321798?fbclid=IwAR1NLEXsp61pLUAuxOlsY2R17C4_z4xmVPvjL5ptwQX2gIq2qB7D-YC-o4k)January 26, 2021
My advisor was my biggest advocate. He went above and beyond to support me. If I ever had a question or concern, he always ensured I received a quick and timely solution and followed up with me to ensure I had the best possible experience.
My Favorite thing about the FNP program was the convenience of online learning, and my clinical hours could be completed locally. All instructors were very knowledgeable of the field. Many had great experiences to share and tips for my future. The material presented challenged me and built upon my existing knowledge.
The flexibility of the program. I wanted to be able to keep my job with the San Diego Youth Symphony while getting my credential, something that would not have been possible with other options in the area. When I was already enrolled in the program I received an offer for a full time job in a different city, and because of the flexibility of the program and professors I was able to move to a new city and still meet my expectations for classes.
After speaking to different recruiters and administrators, I felt that USU’s philosophy of education was in-line with mine. Unlike other universities, United States University allowed me to continue to work while going to school and the program costs were closer to that of state schools than other online universities.