The problem is that it doesn't include "all" ... despite the url Title.
For example, I goto Psyh NP school, put in my zip code, and get NOTHING. Then put in my state, NOTHING. That's ridiculous because University of Texas offers a NP Psych program. So if they don't include this large well known program, what else are they omitting? I imagine it's not a comprehensive source because the schools have to PAY to advertise there.
Anyone else? Thanks
Jun 27, '09
Allnursingschools.com is a commercial website that charges schools to be listed there (the charge is hefty as well. Many of my colleages at most other instututions do not have the resources to be listed on that site.
Many of the for-profit schools are listed there because more students means more tuition dollars (and thus more profilt)
Jun 28, '09
Right off the top of my head, I can think of University of Alabama Birmingham, University of South Alabama, Vanderbilt and Rush Univ (I think).
Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls TX starts their "100% online" program Fall 2009. Their admission criteria is the easiest I have ever seen. Same for their FNP program.
Thank you. I'm off to google this program and see if I can find more info. Thanks
Jul 15, '09
I think online curriculum is the trend for for NP program now. However, make sure whether it is feasible to attend from a different states. Many schools have web-based curriculum but you have to stay around the areas for clinicals and on-site exams.
Jul 17, '09
I found Tennessee State University in Nashville, I start in the fall yeah!! I look forward to it..