CSU Fullerton EL-MSN Program 2012 - page 4
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Hi everyone! I'm currently on my journey to applying to CSUFullerton's ELMSN program for 2012. Has anyone taken the TEAS yet? Have you already attended their info session? I was taking prereqs for a good year or so after I... Read More
- 0Mar 11, '12 by jungdtok guys, i need some clarifications...
i re-read my interview invitation email and it says that i will be interviewing for el-msn leadership concentration. i thought i was applying for np track. do you think there is a misunderstand on my part or miscommunication? is there such thing as el-msn np track? my heart is set on being an NP. please advice, thank you!!!
- 1Mar 11, '12 by susan007As far as I understand, CSUF does not offer an entry level MSN with NP option, only a MSN in leadership. You would have to continue on with a different post-master's program of study (another year or more) to get training and certification as a NP. UCLA is the same; they train you in clinical nurse leadership.
CSULA currently offers NP tracks in entry-level master's and post-master's. CSULB also has NP options although it was closed to entry-level master's applications for Fall 2012.
Hope this info helps you out!
- 0Mar 12, '12 by tilapiacookerhi all!
got my invitation to interview on mar 5 for the mid-april date, so i am in the process of prepping for the interview... does anyone know how long it takes before they send out acceptance/waitlist notifications? also, what types of questions would be asked during the group interview? i know that all applicants would be placed before a panel for the interview, but is that for the individual portion or the group portion?
any comments would be appreciated!
good luck to all!
- 0Mar 22, '12 by vgirlie163I got an interview for April 12th the afternoon session! I am so excited and nervous. 3 hours does seem like a long time but I am hoping that some of that time we will be able to get a tour? Does anyone have any idea of how many people they are interviewing per group? I am kinda iffy on the group interview portion:/