i just found out that i got accepted to university of south alabama's msn program for community/public health nursing. i will start in january. the program is 1 year full-time, but 2 years part-time. i'm going part-time since i work full-time. actually, i've only been nursing for 3 months now. in fact, i just got out of orientation and am on my own now. i didn't think i'd be accepted to the program. i'm assuming my previous experience in public health must have helped me a lot. anyway, anyone else going for community/public health nursing? if so, where's your program? how long is it? are you enjoying it?
Mar 21, '06
hey i got accepted to USA also for their online FNP program. im starting this summer. i was supposed to start this past Jan. but wife was preg. so i decided to start in the summer. how is the program? are u taking courses online?
Mar 23, '06
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[color="sienna"]so far the program is good. i'm in my first semester. i'm taking only one class online for now just to test the waters. be prepared for lots of reading and writing though. best of luck!!
hey i got accepted to usa also for their online fnp program. im starting this summer. i was supposed to start this past jan. but wife was preg. so i decided to start in the summer. how is the program? are u taking courses online?
Mar 24, '06
hey guys i am at UAB's FNP online program and love online learning it is challenging and flexible. glad to see some other Alabamians?
Mar 29, '06
thats cool johnson, are you in your first semester. how does finding a preceptor work at UAB?
Hey tmarie, do you already have a preceptor in mind or do you already have one? I still need to find someone, ive heard that this is a big problem with online NP programs (finding a preceptor) when your not in the same city as the school your in, but hopefully USA has some contacts here in Jacksonville, FL.
by the way where are you guys located
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