JHU Fall 2018 MSN Entry into Nursing - page 5

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  1. by   hopefulb4
    I received word from Admissions that the rest of the decisions are coming out this week.
  2. by   emilyrose114
    @franklin_washington

    I came up with about $105,000. Do you know if after 12 credits it's just considered full time (like undergrad)? Or are we charged for each credit we take, regardless of over 12 credits?
  3. by   franklin_washington
    Quote from emilyrose114
    @franklin_washington

    I came up with about $105,000. Do you know if after 12 credits it's just considered full time (like undergrad)? Or are we charged for each credit we take, regardless of over 12 credits?
    Yeah, I am not sure about that one. That would be nice if they just considered it full time above 12 credits.

    I just hate how difficult it is to calculate the final total and that is as close as I could get it. I just feel like it should be simpler on each school's website - one price tag that includes everything (tuition and fees). I am not including the cost of living as well (rent, utilities, food, etc)!! But $105,000 sounds better than what I calculated so I hope it is closer to what you calculated! lol
  4. by   JulietMei
    I don't think JHU SoN has a CNL option. That's the University of Maryland.
  5. by   emilyrose114
    Quote from franklin_washington
    Yeah, I am not sure about that one. That would be nice if they just considered it full time above 12 credits.

    I just hate how difficult it is to calculate the final total and that is as close as I could get it. I just feel like it should be simpler on each school's website - one price tag that includes everything (tuition and fees). I am not including the cost of living as well (rent, utilities, food, etc)!! But $105,000 sounds better than what I calculated so I hope it is closer to what you calculated! lol
    Haha I'm glad I'm not the only one making numbers up here Hopefully the phone calls that are referenced in posts from previous cohorts will happen in the next couple of weeks, so we can get some clarity. I'm not sure that hard numbers are all that helpful without scholarship or financial aid information anyways. I do know that my sketchy math for JHU is still way cheaper than my sketch math for Columbia!

    The plus side is that, no matter what, a nursing degree from these great places is really just an investment in our careers!
  6. by   franklin_washington
    Quote from JulietMei
    I don't think JHU SoN has a CNL option. That's the University of Maryland.
    I agree with you! JHU does not have the CNL option. Their MSN direct entry is just that, a BSN degree at a graduate level that prepares you to be a generalist RN.

    HOWEVER, if you apply and get into DNP/PhD programs at JHU they will give you up to 15 credits from this MSN-DE degree.
  7. by   crose8
    Quote from emilyrose114
    @franklin_washington

    I came up with about $105,000. Do you know if after 12 credits it's just considered full time (like undergrad)? Or are we charged for each credit we take, regardless of over 12 credits?
    When I was checking out the cost of attendance I found a link that gave a rough estimate for 3 semesters: https://nursing.jhu.edu/admissions/f...a/MEN_cost.pdf

    My takeaway from this link is at 12 credits you would be considered "full time" much like an undergraduate program. I could be completely incorrect.. no promises here.
  8. by   kevinm23
    My number for the entire program is like 90,000
  9. by   yh1991
    Just got a call from JHU!
  10. by   BMEnurse
    Hello all. I just received an admission email too. Hope to see you all in Fall 2018. What are the good places for a family with a kid (2 years old) to live in Baltimore area?
  11. by   yh1991
    fells point is a nice area
  12. by   franklin_washington
    So are some people getting a phone call and others just an email? Or both? Congrats to all who got in! You guys rock!
  13. by   allisonnn317
    Did anyone who didn't apply by the November 1st deadline hear back? I applied a few weeks after that early action deadline but they said that they were going to try to get through as many applications as possible before the New Year, going beyond people who submitted by November 1st if they're able.

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