Pace University CDP Fall 2012 - page 7
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Hello, I just wanted to know if anyone has gotten their acceptance letter for the Fall 2012 CDP program at pace. Thank you... Read More
- 0Apr 21, '12 by amchugh209Quote from gizzel84Thank you, congrats to you as well!! No, I didn't meet with anyone yet. Still waiting for my letter after receiving two separate verbal confirmations I got in. So I guess I will know what I am doing next once I get that letter. I was told that it was on the way and I should have it next week.CONGRATULATIONS!!!! I'll be seeing you in September!!! Did you meet with Tiffany Friedman yet??
- 0Apr 21, '12 by gizzel84You'll definitely get it within a week. The letter directs you to their website: Accepted Students - Graduate | Future Students | Pace University so def check it out.
Save your pennies, b/c we need to get a lot done before we start:
CPR for infants, children, and adults
***** said Orientation is in the summer and they'll give us more details about books, scrubs (Specific Pace scrubs), and our nursing kit (not sure what that is, but may include our stethoscope)
Congrats again! This is so very exciting!!Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Apr 23, '12 : Reason: name removed
- 0Apr 23, '12 by belladareIf you are accepted into NYU, you do not need to re-apply to get into the master's portion. You simply need to submit a brief letter/declaration as to why you would like to continue your onto the Master's portion at NYU once you completed your BSN. If I were you I would consider NYU over Pace, only due to scholarships NYU gives their MSN students grants that covers their tuition. Pace seems to offer loans
- 0Apr 23, '12 by belladareIf you are accepted into NYU, you do not need to re-apply to get into the master's portion. You simply need to submit a brief letter/declaration as to why you would like to continue onto the Master's portion at NYU once you completed your BSN. If I were you I would consider NYU over Pace, only due to scholarships NYU gives their MSN students grants that covers their tuition. Pace seems to offer loans
- 0Apr 24, '12 by clam151543Does anyone know what the total cost of Pace's 1 year program is?
Also, looking at the NYU website: "Prior to entering the specialty courses of a respective nursing master's program, at least one year of full-time clinical experience as a registered nurse is required for all master's programs, except for the following programs: Nursing Education requires three years of clinical experience as a registered nurse; Advanced Practice Nursing: Pediatrics requires one year of relevant clinical experience as a registered nurse in pediatrics."
It looks like for NYU, you have to have worked as an RN for a year before entering into the MS portion of the program but for Pace, you are able to enter into the MS portion following the BS portion.
- 0Apr 26, '12 by belladareThe Cdp one year program is about $16,048 per semester. Check this link for Pace's tution Tuition & Fees | Future Students | Pace University.
Lienhard Approach to Nursing | Lienhard School of Nursing | Pace University
Pace has a Masters in Arts for Nursing Education and a Masters in Science for Family Nurse Practioner. I believe you have to be an RN for atleast a year before entering the programs. Have any of you looked into Columbia's ETP program they offer so many more options for the MS portion!!!! I am thinking of apply to Columbia as well. I know it's way more expensive than Pace but Columbia's program offers way more. Please check out theirwebsite aswell.
Columbia University School of Nursing
Columbia University School of Nursing
- 0Apr 26, '12 by amchugh209I believe that is incorrect regarding being an RN for a year. You can start the masters portion whenever you want. They made this quite clear at the info session. It is a combined degree and if you chose to, you can complete the program in 3 years if you stay full time. An upside to choosing Pace over Columbia is that Pace does not require the GRE's while Columbia does. Not to mention the cost. But I see what you mean about options for the masters portion. Columbia does have more.