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FNP with dual CNM

  1. 0 I need help!!! I and an RN-BSN and i want to get my FNP but I'd like to also be a CNM. I would love to have both certifications. How long are typical post masters degree programs. For example once I am done with my FNP how long generally until I can complete the CNM??
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  3. Visit  ScottE profile page
    #1 0
    Well subtract all the courses that everyone takes to earn an MSN and from what is left to take you can estimate how long it will take you to complete a post masters certificate in whatever specialty you choose. Not looking at anything I'm going to guess a year to a year and a half.
  4. Visit  AssociateDegree profile page
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    Please visit the website of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, www.midwife.org for more information. There are some programs, like the one at Frontier, that can meet your needs. The job market for FNP/CNMs is really strong, so this is a good choice.