University of Hawaii-MEPN PROGRAM...anyone heard about it? - Page 3Register Today!
- Feb 2, '10 by blahblah5620% acceptance rate is great news for me haha
- Feb 2, '10 by LindsayPaigethis 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 $4500 per semester, and you will be doing at least 6 semesters depending on the track you choose."
thanks for sharing the numbers. good luck to you all.
- Feb 3, '10 by blahblah56thanks for the info!
- Feb 8, '10 by wifee47Does anybody know how many slots are available for each specialty?
- Feb 9, '10 by AjBob...207 total appl., they are still working on the number, but are thinking 36-40 will be accepted. I don't know how many for each specialty, they would not say (they may not even know)....
- Feb 9, '10 by LindsayPaigeHas anyone got a call yet for an interview? They are supposed to be calling sometime this week.
- Feb 9, '10 by wifee47Nope. No 808 calls here....yet!
Keep us posted everybody. I'm just so relieved we have this forum. It definitely helps to share the anxiety with other applicants. I can't wait till we find out. ANY day now...
- Feb 9, '10 by AjBobNo call either, totally freakin'........SOL!!!!!!!
- Feb 10, '10 by blahblah56is the gre required for the program? its just a bachelors degree, microbiology, 1 year of a&p, and stats right?
- Feb 10, '10 by AjBobNo GRE, which they changed after I studied and retook it LOL, 150$ down the drain.
Just the four classes you said, two great ref's, an essay, CV and luck!