Frontier ADN to MSN

  1. 1 Does anyone happen to know what the course pre-requisites are for the ADN to MSN (FNP)? All I see is the statistics course that has to be less than 10 years old.


    Also, any Excelsior grads do the NP program through Frontier? All the Excelsior courses transfer OK?


    Thanks all!
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  4. Visit  preciouspkgs1 profile page
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    No one responded? I am interested in this info as well, I will be done with my Excelsior ASN in about 6 mos, and I am already a CPM/LM in Florida, was planning to apply to the Frontier bridge program the minute I have my RN in my hand....would love to hear others experience with this!
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    My recommendation is to get your BSN somewhere else, then apply to the regular MSN program after you have your BSN, rather than doing the bridge program.
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    Quote from klone
    My recommendation is to get your BSN somewhere else, then apply to the regular MSN program after you have your BSN, rather than doing the bridge program.
    Why would you suggest this? I am also interested in the ADN-MSN program.
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    Because the bridge program takes as long as a RN-BSN program (a year) and costs $10K + to go through. You can spend less money and the same amount of time (or less, depending on which program you choose), and actually have a BSN to show for it.
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    Quote from klone
    Because the bridge program takes as long as a RN-BSN program (a year) and costs $10K + to go through. You can spend less money and the same amount of time (or less, depending on which program you choose), and actually have a BSN to show for it.
    Oh wow, I didn't realize they didn't award the BSN. Thanks for clarifying!


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