rynophiliac 1,387 Views
Joined Jun 5, '11.
Posts: 28 (32% Liked)
I knew when I posted this that I would get many posts from people assuming that I don't care about the quality of the education but that is not true. The two schools that I mentioned Vanderbilt and Georgetown (which are both very short programs) have an excellent reputation for quality! Why do people just assume that because the program is short it is not any good?
Many RNs complete their FNP in 2 1/2-3 years while working full time. I am in a position where I do not have to work at all and would like to only focus on school so why wouldn't I be able to complete a program in 1 1/2 years? Makes perfect sense to me.
Anyways... lets get back to the original question, Does anyone out here know of any short FNP programs? If you do please list them because I would like to do some further research about them. And just an FYI, one of the things I want to research is quality
I'm a bit jealous that you don't have to work while in school! That will be nice, to just be able to focus on studying.
I heard Union university in TN has a 14 month program.
Good luck in your search
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