Drexel University Reviews - Master's in Nursing

3.3 out of 5 stars
(2 Reviews)
  • Philadelphia (PA)
  • Annual Tuition: $34,995
0% of 2 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 2 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars
Travel RN - 1/22/2020
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2019
"This program was the best experience ever. Yes it is demanding and yes there are deadlines and expectations; same as within the working world. The school is expensive; however, they have tuition reimbursement deferments, and discounts for being a member/staff of an affiliated program such as the ANA, or as an alumnus. It is possible to get A’s in the classes I graduated with a gpa of 3.98. You just have to treat it like a job; there are deadlines. In this higher level of learning; you should be organized, capable of following directions, be able to pay attention to a syllabus and follow an outline for assignments. Look at it as if you contracted a company to work on replacing your home roof. A house is one of the biggest expenses we will make in our lives next to education and transportation. Do you want the company; roofing your house, to complete the project on time? Do you want them to follow the contract you outlined? Use the products you specified, at the agreed upon price. In addition, do you want to know when there going to show up? Provide quality workmanship, not cut corners, or charge you for materials not used or returned to the store? Of course you want all of this on point. The same goes with the student/program/syllabus contract. The student has to participate in their education and provide quality workmanship; within the timeline, set forth within the contract/syllabus. Basically we are adults and responsible for our actions or lack of action. Life moves along wither you choose to participate in it or not. Paying for the course does not guarantee a passing grade by means of being dragged along for the ride. Set goals, do not passively say you need to participate. Actively participate, with an I can and I am attitude. Anything worthwhile does not come free of charge or struggles. If this were so everyone would do it. Believe in yourself and be honest with yourself, about what you can and can not do. There is no shame in failing; failing is another form of learning. Reach out ask questions be active in you education and life. If it is too difficult back up and reassess; is this something you want, can or have the ability and time to do? The instructors are very educated, considerate and do work with you in emergencies. I have completed the MSN program having had a septal wall MI, two heart caths, cardiac admissions, my son having a couple suicide attempts, and several severe chronic bronchitis infections. All the while with camping/traveling with my hotspot and computer, while working full-time. You just have to keep the lines of communication open be honest and put forth your best workmanship. Because if you don’t take care of your personal business who will. I can not say enough good about the school they are the best. In addition if you expect a quality education and experience, you will be hard pressed to find it at bargain store prices, sadly. You get what you pay for. One last thing I took my computer with me to the hospital and everywhere, I went even in pre-op and worked until being sedated."
1.0 out of 5 stars
PATTY - 6/13/2018
Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018
"I do not recomend the MSN progam. The professors are not helpful. The advisors are a joke. The program is needlessly difficut assignment are due the due date without exceptions even in the event of an emergency. Grading is unpredictable and unattainable at times. They do not give A's, per the syllabus, and passing is an 85 or above. That is a very small window to base your career and your future on. The program is not geared towards working adults."