College of Southern Nevada Reviews
Terrible on-line degree completion program for dental hygienists! The instructors treat 2 credit classes like 3 credits. Extensive homework, expect to spend 8 to 20 hrs a week on assignments. Grading scale is 96% an A which is utterly ridiculous especially if you want to pursue Masters in another fields of study. Communication with instructors about assignments is poor - it's as if they have never taught an on-line class. They changed the program to include summer terms AFTER enrollment. I would have spent double the cost for a better organized school. 1/2 of the students dropped after the 2nd semester. Consider all options before choosing this school!!
CSN Nursing Program is probably one of the best out there. It has a high pass rate for the NCLEX, and the professors prepare you for both the NCLEX and the real world of nursing. They want you to get as many skills and as much experience as possible. Make sure you are proficient in test taking and can decipher what a question is asking you. Also, if you need practice with math, do so well before your math exams as failing them twice is failure of the program!
College of Southern Nevada (CSN), successfully prepped me for the wonderful world of nursing! I graduated in 2013 and their nursing program was indeed very rigorous and challenging! That being said, I'm so glad I chose CSN for my nursing studies and absolutely recommend their nursing program and institution.
I'm currently working on getting my education to get accepted in a Chiropractic School. I enjoy my time as a student at College of Southern Nevada - Las Vegas. There are classes available all day including weekends. With 3 main campuses and around 4 locations providing classes all over the valley.
The school and courses are overall great. The hygiene program is truly intense (the most challenging thing as far as academics that I have ever endured.) You have to find your own patients in order to remain in the program........lots of stress