American Sentinel University Reviews - Bachelor's in Nursing

3.91 out of 5 stars
(26 Reviews)
  • Aurora (CO)
  • Annual Tuition: $10,140
76% of 26 students said this degree improved their career prospects
77% of 26 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Diane Jacobs - 4/2/2015
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2015
"I will finish my BSN from ASU in about a month. As an experienced nurse out of nursing school for over 3 decades with other advanced degrees I found the program gave me an opportunity to earn my degree without travel - I live in a rural area - at a reasonable cost (compared to other schools I researched). The school has good online setup and resources. The instructors I had were all experienced, both clinically and academically, and helpful with student learning. I appreciated the flexibility of the program timeline and was able to finish my degree in 2.5 years, nine months of which I was disabled and unable to take classes. As with any education, you get out of it what you put into it. The program is setup in such a way that you can usually adapt your work interests into your course work. I would recommend this to others who are self-motivated and have reasonably good writing skills (if you do not I would suggest improving that area first). My BSN is and will continue to improve both my nursing and my job opportunities. The program is accredited by CCNE DEAC, and ACEN."
4.3 out of 5 stars
kittynurse - 11/23/2014
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2014
"I'm an older student. I found the research required for the essay's a good learning experience that did expand my knowledge. It took me a little over two years to obtain my degree while working 30+ hours a week. It is a CCNE accredited for nursing as well as accredited through the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council college which is a national credentialing body. I can pursue a MSN if I choose with many colleges both online as well as a few regional ones. What everyone has to understand, is that this is for nurses that have a resume that includes both experience and some college credits, and it is not for new nurses. It is an online school, so I don't think it is fair for people to compare it to Ivy league schools. I think it does give a quality BSN . I do feel I expanded my level of both writing and nursing knowledge to a BSN level. For me it was worth it."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Andrea B - 5/22/2014
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2013
"I went through the BSN program and was very impressed with the easiness of the program set up. The success was wonderful as far as following up and making sure my learning needs were met. I completed my degree in 18 months taking 1 class at a time. The program was easy to work in to my home life as well as being more affordable than other programs at less than $400/credit hour it was about the same price as my local University. My employer offered tuition reimbursement so the cost to me was very small and the Degree will have life long benefits. I plan to return to for my MSN in Nursing Education in January 2015. This school, like others must be re-accredited every 5 years. when I graduated they were up for renewal Dec 2014."
2.7 out of 5 stars
Sharon Jess - 10/4/2013
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2013
"I am so devastated at the fact that my employer,  does not accept nor acknowledge my BSN degree from American Sentinel University. Reason being, American Sentinel University is not recognized by the BORN in California or any other state BRN. American Sentinel University is CCNE and DETC accredited however; they are not regionally accredited. What a waste of time, money, and energy. I can't believe this. I am so devastated and humiliated at the entire process. PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM AMERICAN SENTINEL UNIVERSITY unless you know exactly what education your employer wants you to have."
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