MSN programs

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    Not really sure where to post this since it's not for APRNs. My question is this: I'm interested in American Sentinel University's MSN program but they are not regionally accredited. Does anyone know if this really makes a difference for an MSN?

    Thanks for your feedback!

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    Hey [COLOR=#003366]mtsteelhorse[/COLOR]

    I saw in your previous post that you were going to be attending Drexel's PMHNP program....mind telling me why you didn't? I am currently in the program but wondering about switching specialities. Sorry if this is nosy...I don't know anything about American Sentinel....
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    I've decided not to pursue NP school. It's just not feeling like the right path for me. I've been accepted to a couple of PMHNP programs and was convinced that was my direction. Drexel, SLU and some others have great reputations...just not my calling. Good luck to you!
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    Quote from mtsteelhorse
    Not really sure where to post this since it's not for APRNs. My question is this: I'm interested in American Sentinel University's MSN program but they are not regionally accredited. Does anyone know if this really makes a difference for an MSN?

    Thanks for your feedback!
    I answered that in the other thread where you asked the same thing: http://allnurses.com/nursing-online-...ml#post7232439. The bottom line is that regional accreditation is important if you plan to continue your education any further.


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