This may be a silly question, but does anyone know the difference between APU's EENAP program and SCAN program? On the website, they are both listed as "entry-level masters programs." I know the SCAN program has more units (98-102 compared to EENAP's 66). They both state that, upon completion, graduates are eligible for the California RN License and Public Health Nursing Certificate, and certification as Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) and/or a Nurse Practitioner (NP) in California.
I'm confused on which one to apply to! I have a B.S. degree, and I ultimately want to become a nurse practitioner. If there is anyone who can shed some light on this for me, I's appreciate it! Thanks!!