Actual FlexPath students who are compensated for appearing on this ad.
Nacole, a nurse practitioner and MBA FlexPath student pursuing the business side of health care. She's a mom, wife, and creator of NurseNacole, a blog for the nursing community.
Kati is the founder of FreshRN, a blog for nurses. She is a critical
care nurse, an author, a new mom, and a FlexPath MSN student.
Todd, a father of two, is a tenured teacher in MO. He enjoys how his
MEd FlexPath program lets him fit school around his career and family
Results vary. The typical FlexPath student with an average number of transfer credits completes the following courses per billing session: MSN: 1.5; MBA: 1.3; MEd: 4.6. Because of insufficient program-level data, the MSN and MEd pace is based on an aggregate of all master’s-level FlexPath students. Data as of December 2017.
“With a program like this, I don't have to choose between an education or family, I can have both and be happy doing both.” – Nacole
“Thank goodness! I can focus on applying my new knowledge instead of just memorizing for a test.” – Kati
“This is great! I have over 35 years of experience that I can use to help me complete topics I know at a faster rate, which ultimately might help me save time and money.”– Coni
“The subscription-based pricing is really smart. I can complete as many courses as I want every 12 weeks for one flat tuition fee.* The faster I go, the more I save.”– Todd
“I’ve got a lot that I’m juggling, so I love that I can set my own deadlines, and I can change them if I need to.” – Kati
“I plan ahead, blocking time on my calendar, ensuring I meet my goal of finishing three classes every 12 weeks, AND fit in a vacation!” – Coni
“As a teacher, I really appreciate how there are no terms, and no pre-set deadlines, so when I finish a course, I just move on to the next one without waiting. I am in complete control.” – Todd
“This program allows me to learn when I'm free and available, without sacrificing any part of my life.” – Nacole
*Books, supplies, and other fees may apply. The FlexPath option
for select programs is not
currently approved for federal financial aid by the U.S. Department of Education (ED).
Military Tuition Assistance (TA) is not available for FlexPath.
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