Anp Program Online??

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    I have a BSN degree and I am interested in going back to get ANP. However, I need an online program. Anyone know of great online program for ANP degree? Thanks for all your help in advance. BTW...I am currently in NC.
    Thanks!
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    I have a good friend who is doing the ANP through Vanderbilt. Most of it is via distance and all of the clinicals are in our community that she arranges and gets approved. She does have to go about once a semester I think for four days or so. You mentioned that you are in NC but I don't know which part. We live in Tennessee but near the border of GA/NC. It's about a 4 hour trip for her. I think St Louis University also offers the ANP. From what I have seen, there are more programs offered online for FNP. Tennessee Regents began offering FNP online in the last several years through ETSU, MTSU and several others.

    Hope this helps!
    Ann
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    They offer several specialties and have reasonable tuition...

    USA College of Nursing Website
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    I used Graceland Univeristy which worked well for me. I lived in Montana and the nursing school it in Kansas City, MO. I did my clincials where I lived and now you only have to go to campus a few times.
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    Quote from SthRNBelle
    I have a BSN degree and I am interested in going back to get ANP. However, I need an online program. Anyone know of great online program for ANP degree? Thanks for all your help in advance. BTW...I am currently in NC.
    Thanks!
    Try www.bsu.edu/nursing
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    THANKS!! Thank you all for the great information that you shared. Hopefully this will lead me in the right direction!
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    Quote from SthRNBelle
    THANKS!! Thank you all for the great information that you shared. Hopefully this will lead me in the right direction!
    Try www.fsu.edu.. That's where I went.. It's Florida State University.. Jenn
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    Quote from Traveler
    I have a good friend who is doing the ANP through Vanderbilt. Most of it is via distance and all of the clinicals are in our community that she arranges and gets approved. She does have to go about once a semester I think for four days or so. You mentioned that you are in NC but I don't know which part. We live in Tennessee but near the border of GA/NC. It's about a 4 hour trip for her. I think St Louis University also offers the ANP. From what I have seen, there are more programs offered online for FNP. Tennessee Regents began offering FNP online in the last several years through ETSU, MTSU and several others.

    Hope this helps!
    Ann
    I considered Vanderbilt. At only 850 a credit hour, I'd only have to sell my first born and a kidney to pay for it.
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    Quote from jeepgirl
    I considered Vanderbilt. At only 850 a credit hour, I'd only have to sell my first born and a kidney to pay for it.
    Have you looked at Frontier? It is very reasonable, under $400/credit hour.
    www.midwives.org (they also train midwives) It involves 2 trips to the campus, clinicals are arranged in your home community or nearby.
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    Also, try University of Alabama at Birmingham.

    www.uab.edu


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