Hi! I am hoping someone can help answer some of my questions. My first question is I am just about to graduate with my BSN. I have been a RN in Labor and Delivery for a little while now and am wanting to become a CNM.
I did not have to take a statistic class for my BSN but I know that it is a requirement for a Masters program.
Has anyone taken it through Frontier and is that just incorporated in the CNM program or must it be done before hand?
What was the interview like and how long does it typically last?
Thanks to all you can help!
I'm taking statistics from Frontier this term as a non-matriculating student, and then starting the regular courses during the summer term. (almost there! yay!)
So yes, Frontier does offer stats, and it's probably more expensive than other places I could have gone, but at least this way I know I'm getting the right material, plus I have a bit of an intro to the way Frontier does its online classes.
and it's not bad as I thought it would be!
ETA: Oh yeah. The interview took about 20 minutes, and I was nervous as heck, and my interviewer was very nice. Lots of typical questions - why do you want to be a nurse-midwife, how do you think you can handle school in addition to work, family, etc.
Last edit by christine_chapel on Jun 2, '08
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