Hello all. I'm looking to get into an FNP program as soon as possible, before the big 2015 switch to DNP. I know there's some question as to whether or not the move to DNP for FNP's will happen across the board in 2015, but one of my local schools has already gotten rid of their MSN/FNP and moved to DNP/FNP, with a few rumors of other area schools following suit very soon.
To that end, I'm really looking at Chamberlain's online RN-to-BSN, because it will be the fastest route to a BSN for me. Otherwise, I'll have to take a ton more gen ed classes, which will put me another year behind.
My question is to those who have completed Chamberlain's RN-to-BSN and have gone on to FNP programs. Has anyone gone this route to FNP, and has the Chamberlain degree been an issue with getting into a good FNP program? I'm aware that Chamberlain's program is CCNE and NLN accredited, but it's very light in sciences, and I didn't know if this would be a speed bump in moving on to FNP.
Not really looking for speculation or opinions here
Looking for people who have actually gone or attempted to go this route and what problems, if any, were had. Thanks!