Actual FlexPath students and graduates who are compensated for
appearing in Capella promotional materials.
Ashley’s a brand-new mom, an ICU nurse, and an MSN FlexPath student. Throughout it all, she continues to inspire nurses on her YouTube channel, AshleyAdkinsRN.
“I can choose the due dates that I want and work it around my schedule because my schedule varies so much.”
Michelle is a fourth-grade teacher and the face behind the YouTube channel PocketfulofPrimary. She’s excited about growing as a teacher as she adds MEd FlexPath coursework to her busy life.
“As soon as I learn something in a FlexPath course I can immediately go into my classroom and start applying it.”
A nurse practitioner and MBA FlexPath student, Nacole focuses on the business side of health care. She’s a mom, wife, and creator of NurseNacole, a blog for the nursing community.
“This program allows me to learn when I'm free and available,
without sacrificing any part of my life.”
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.
“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.”
Coni, a mom of three and an IT executive at a Fortune 500 company, chose FlexPath for her MBA so she could leverage her 20 years of experience.
“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.”
Todd, a father of two, is a tenured teacher in Missouri. He enjoys how his MEd FlexPath program lets him fit school around his career and family life.
“As a teacher, I really appreciate how there are no terms, and no
deadlines, so when I finish a course, I just move on to the next one
without waiting. I am in complete control.”
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
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