You are better off calling the school, because I don't want to give you outdated info. Having said that, yes I am still enrolled; I have 4.5 months left to go. My program was longer because I enrolled in the ADN-MSN/FNP program (the undergrad hours were MUCH cheaper then UoP).
Statistics: I did not have take a masters stats class. I had to take stats for the BSN transitional phase, but I only took it once. You will use statistics in some of your other classes, but not nearly to the extent you did in stats class. Again, please check. There are masters level stats courses out there, but to my knowledge they are usually only required for PhD entrance or perhaps MSN/research focus/education programs. Not sure about DNP entrance.
Internist preceptor. That is good, but it is only a start. You must also find a pediatric rotation that sees walk in, scheduled, well check. Graceland recommends a pediatricians office. For adults they want you to see a mix of acute, chronic, and patients from 18+ (not primarily geriatrics). You would just have to demonstrate that your internist sees all of this. If you do a rotation and that is not the case, it will show up on you patient log that you turn in, and they may require additional time. Again, call both schools
and ask. Bottom line is for FNP, Graceland wants you see a good mix of patients across the lifespan with a good mix of acute, chronic, and well check.
I am not aware of the software you are speaking of, but that doesn't mean anything. Graceland requires a PC and not MAC. The "E-College" software they use is one of the main distance platforms out there and it does keep track of your online time. However, I have never been graded on my "online time". I have been graded on amount of collaboration and participation in terms of the number and quality of posts that I make. You do not purchase the e-college software. It is web based (like allnurses).
"Bank schedule" or "Banker's hours" means hours you might typically find at bank: Monday through Friday, 9a to 5p. If you are a nurse that works these kinds of hours (private practice, clinic, etc) you are likely to have find something different when your clinicals start as they may interfere. These are often the same hours as family practice/pediatricians.