seen some bad and some good comments about this school.
I'm currently attending this University at the moment as a
nursing major. Just like every school, it has strengths and
flaws. So here goes
The one class per
month structure. It may not work for everyone, but it
works for me! No, I'm not the working professional that
this university tries to target. I'm actually 21 years old
working on my first Bachelor's degree. I like it because
it enables me to focus on one subject and one
clinical per month. Not all classes are per month, some
of my nursing classes are actually 2 months.
university is for serious learners. If you want to just
strictly focus on school, then this school is for you.
It keeps you busy, believe me. There will never be
a dull moment while attending this university (work wise).
The facilities are great too. Not much landscaping, well at
least in the two campuses I've been in which is
Spectrum (Kearny Mesa) and Rancho Bernardo. I heard that the
main campus, La Jolla, is really beautiful.
I don't like how they have numerous campuses. Well I
suppose that's more convenient for some, but I do prefer
going to a main campus rather than having to drive
to a different campus for a different class. However, all
the nursing classes are done in the Rancho Bernardo campus,
so I haven't had problems with having to commute to
The staff seem to be arrogant and condescending!
When I mean staff, I mean the people working at
the supposed front desk that are by every entrance of
each campus. They're very unhelpful, rude, and somewhat obnoxious.
school isn't all that bad. I personally would like to
transfer out due to the fact that I just feel
that this school isn't right for me. The school itself
has a good curriculum, challenging classes, and great professors. I'm
sure there are bad ones too, just like with any
university, but luckily I haven't encountered one yet!