Midwestern State University Reviews
I am a current RRT and was enrolled in the BSRC program at MWSU. Upon enrolling, I was guaranteed that MWSU's AAS to BSRC program was geared towards someone who is busy, already works full time, and that the program would be completely online. 3 semesters in, I realized that was entirely FALSE. Instructors frequently ask you to come to campus, especially when you ask for help or lack the resources needed for the class. Required books are not always listed on the book list for the course, sometimes you find out mid-semester. Lost of hidden costs and extras are also required - like web cams, microphones, etc. The worst part, you can hold an A average all semester long, but failing ONE assignment will dump that grade to an F. There is NO chance to recover either, even with appeal, and you are kicked out of the program. MWSU had a great offering, but the reality is they are NOT ready for this type of program. They should stick to the kids trying to get their license for the first time. They aren't user friendly for those of us already licensed. Look elsewhere!
I graduated this past May from Midwestern State University. I was part of the respiratory therapy program, specifically the RRT to BSRC Online program. Hands-down, this is the best program for RTs. I did a lot of research for these programs and several friends who went through MSU told me it was great. The professors are excellent and always willing to help. The process of getting started was not that difficult and the questions I did have were answered quickly by one of the professors. I would highly recommend the program at MSU.
I received my BSRC from Midwestern State University's online program in 2014. I had previously obtained my associates degree from another college and then transferred to MSU to complete my bachelors. I have to give two thumbs up to this school and program. The professors are absolutely wonderful and always willing to help when needed. The course work was always manageable while I worked full time and you get to choose which classes you want to take instead of being told you have to take specific courses in a specific order. I loved that! I highly recommend MSU for anyone looking to complete their BSRC.
I enjoyed the BSRS program at Midwestern State University. All of the staff in the radiology department was great. I only had one hick up in the 3 years that I attended the school, and that was just with an individual professor. But I would recommend the BSRS program to any one interested in starting or continuing an education in the radiologist sciences.