JHU Fall 2018 MSN Entry into Nursing - page 7

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  1. by   amar2
    I received a scholarship for $25000. While I'm so grateful for that, I do believe that is for the whole program, not per year. So it is a $12,500 per year scholarship.
  2. by   kevinm23
    Quote from Kirby1771
    When I got the call, they told me that I was awarded a scholarship and that the rest of my financial aid break down would be coming with the packet we will be receiving next week.
    How much?
  3. by   kevinm23
    Quote from amar2
    I received a call, as well! Received a scholarship. Telling them by January 24th is concerning, as I won't have heard from all my schools yet...
    How much?
  4. by   crose8
    Congratulations! I know the program has a pretty big price tag... But I am a big believer that any help is awesome!
  5. by   thxwy
    Just called them, they said the maximum award was $25,000 and no other need-based aid from the school is available :/
    Even with $15,000, not sure I can afford them. Will have to wait and see what other schools offer...
  6. by   ma27123
    Hi all! I am so excited and grateful to have been admitted into the program and am definitely thinking about attending! However, one of the main things holding me back is the hefty cost of the program. While I did receive a scholarship, I am still not too sure how I will be able to afford the program without taking out a heavy lump sum of loans. Anybody have any knowledge as to how financial aid in graduate programs works/how are you all planning on financing this program?
  7. by   a_a_ames
    Hi everyone!

    A huge congrats to those who have already been accepted I am finishing up with my JHU fall application but am having trouble hearing back from my letter of rec writers because of winter break. Does anyone know if it is acceptable if the letters are received after the January 1st deadline? Thanks!
  8. by   Kirby1771
    Thank you!
  9. by   Kirby1771
    Quote from kevinm23
    How much?
    It was for 25000
  10. by   franklin_washington
    Does anyone know if other graduate schools (other than Hopkins) will accept some of the credits from the classes from this MSN program if we want to pursue a DNP/DNAP degree after this MSN in the future?
  11. by   kevinm23
    Quote from franklin_washington
    Does anyone know if other graduate schools (other than Hopkins) will accept some of the credits from the classes from this MSN program if we want to pursue a DNP/DNAP degree after this MSN in the future?
    We have to found out about it?
  12. by   franklin_washington
    Quote from kevinm23
    We have to found out about it?
    Yeah I don't think that all schools will accept all credits from Hopkins. I know JHU will allow up to 15/16 credits for their DNP program but other schools may have different limits on how many credits they will count for you from your previous Masters/graduate level course work. Thus, I was just curious if anyone from previous years who has graduated has attempted to apply to DNP programs and what was their success in having these JHU credits be accepted for credit if they didn't just apply to the DNP program at JHU?

    Something to consider when going to this MSN direct entry program at JHU.

    Also does JHU require you to have one year of work experience before being able to start the DNP program? I know most programs do but I wonder if the direct NP programs differ in how they require students to meet this requirement (such Vanderbilt or UPenn or others).
  13. by   Sophoco
    Hi,
    So I don't think JHU offers a Midwifery program and from my experience working on a Labor and Delivery floor, Maryland is not a Midwifery friendly state (in terms of the laws governing provider privileges). This is the reason University of MD has discontinued it's Midwifery program.

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