University of Hawaii-MEPN PROGRAM...anyone heard about it? - page 3

by starangel2 87,936 Views | 387 Comments

I'm applying for UH MEPN program for Fall 2009. Has anyone heard about the program? It's fairly new but I just want to know what I'm getting myself I know overall, nursing school is tough but would like some... Read More

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    20% acceptance rate is great news for me haha
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    this is what i was told as far as costs go.

    "for cost, if you are an in-state resident, the first year tuition will be roughly $30,000, and if you are an out-of-state student, the tuition will be nearly double that at $60,000. this is for the first year only, as it is 3 semesters and 19-20 credits per semester. the following specialty track years are paid by credit at the graduate division rates for nursing. a full load (8 credits) for the graduate courses is roughly $4500 per semester, and you will be doing at least 6 semesters depending on the track you choose."

    thanks for sharing the numbers. good luck to you all.
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    thanks for the info!
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    Does anybody know how many slots are available for each specialty?
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    ...207 total appl., they are still working on the number, but are thinking 36-40 will be accepted. I don't know how many for each specialty, they would not say (they may not even know)....
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    Has anyone got a call yet for an interview? They are supposed to be calling sometime this week.
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    Nope. No 808 calls here....yet!

    Keep us posted everybody. I'm just so relieved we have this forum. It definitely helps to share the anxiety with other applicants. I can't wait till we find out. ANY day now...
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    No call either, totally freakin'........SOL!!!!!!!
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    is the gre required for the program? its just a bachelors degree, microbiology, 1 year of a&p, and stats right?
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    No GRE, which they changed after I studied and retook it LOL, 150$ down the drain.

    Just the four classes you said, two great ref's, an essay, CV and luck!