This is a brick and mortar community college program with a well established and locally well regarded RN program. They have recently allowed medics to join the "bridge" pathway that has been available to LPNs for some time. It allows me to skip the STNA requirement and two of the "intro to nursing" classes.I would be cautious with Medic to RN bridge programs if advanced practice is your goal as in the past some NP schools, especially CRNA, would not recognize them or require additional requriments for entry. That may have changed and I am sure some of the members on here that have gone that route can clarify. Sometimes it is better to just do the traditional route vs jumping through hoops later
But you are correct, medic to RN bridge courses need to be investigated thoroughly before diving in. The online program that everyone is familiar with has a bad reputation, is quite expensive, and isn't recognized in many states.
TLR, this is a traditional route to RN..