Online forensic nursing program - page 3
Has anyone ever heard of or attended Kaplan college for forensic nursing? It is a 12 month forensic nursing program and I had undergone a telephone interview.... Read More
Jun 11, '04 by WolfpaxI had taken the SANE course at Monmouth University in Long Branch NJ, and they have two programs, a masters prgram in forensic nursing and a certificate program, the courses include histology and pathophysiology, advanced physical assessment, domestic violence, forensic pathology, psychopathology, interpersonal violence and a forensic practicum and if taking the masters program, a research project... I enjoyed the SANE course so far, trying to decide wether or not to take the cert course or masters, but I already have a masters in psych. (perpetual student)
There are a couple of out of state students in the program, usually Pa. but we do have someone up from San Antonio.
I'm hooked on CSI, NCIS, Cold Case, Profiler etc... I've been this way since Quincy.
I had checked out Kaplan because I prefer to study online, the only concern for me is the accredation... I haven't been able to find out about the credentialing... I know for sure Monmouth is accredeted by the ANA.
Jun 12, '04 by KibbsRNstudentQuote from amycar11that's funny! i had done the same thing! i love csi miami and it really got me interested. in speech class i did a paper on forensics and finger printing. it seems to be a fscinating feild. i have 2 yrs left before i finish my nursing program for adn so i have to wait before going into the forensics nursing program. my question is can you have an adn to do this program or do you have to have an msn or bsn?i got interested with forensic when i first saw csi and csi miami... i know that what they portray in the series is not the complete actual procedure of investigation... but it still is amazing!! totally cool!!
Jun 12, '04 by KibbsRNstudentQuote from BarbPickWhat do you mean, "buyer beware" ?Good luck. You need to attend class. View crime scenes. My certificate is approved by the Florida Bar, the Florida BON and a slew of different agencies, Buyer Beware.