Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - New Orleans Rankings
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Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - New Orleans Reviews
I am in Nursing School at LSU Health Sciences Center. The school, along with faculty, have earned many awards for the incredible education program they offer. One very amazing experience I have had thus far is being able to learn in a cadaver lab for Anatomy. It is something many nursing schools do not offer to their students and it was truly a great way to learn. I can not wait for the future academic endeavors LSU allows me to take. This school is an excellent place to begin your educational experience in any medical field.
The program I entered is just starting out. They definitely have a few kinks to work out in scheduling, but overall I have had a good experience. The professors care about how you reflect on the profession so they care about you doing well. They keep up with your grades to make sure you aren't having difficulties in a particular area, and if you are they do their best to help you improve.
I would have graded this program an A+ if I believed they could have done a little bit more in order to make our lives a little less hectic. I give it an A though, because it does an amazing job in teaching everyone the needed education to become an efficient and effective nurse. You will come out of this program with more knowledge then any other school, and every colleague, coworker, supervisor, etc, will respect you, because in the end, knowledge is power, and this school will definitely make sure you have that.