Hello everyone: I will be starting the FNP MSN at Indiana State University this semester. I just want to know anyone's thoughts who are in the program. How are the professors, online learning, course load? Any concerns with finding clinical preceptors and how is the University with this?
I switched schools from George Washington University to ISU last minute due to GW just being too expensive. I just hope I made the right decision. I think in the end, when you graduate and pass the NP boards, it doesn't really matter where you went to school.
You make the right choice!! And no it does not matter which school you went to and ISU is a great FNP grad program for the price.