MSN (NP) @ NYURegister Today!
- by missmo1984 Dec 24, '12I'm curious to know who has applied to the spring 2013 program and if they have gotten their acceptance letters or is still waiting?
- Jan 13 by robbins141i got my acceptance letter for ANP primary care on december 17th....
what program did you apply for?
- Jan 22 by missmo1984Hi robins! I got accepted and i applied to mental health program! I hope to see you at the orientation!
- Jan 29 by PMHNPhopeful13hey @missmo1984
first of all, congratulations! would you mind sharing your credentials and how long you worked as an RN? i'm looking to apply to NYU's mental health nursing program in a year or two. i applied to absn programs (including NYU) and want to know what other factors they consider. thank you!
- May 9 by JerseyGirl2010Hi!! Congrats to you all! I am also looking at NYU master's NP programs, still deciding between MH and Family. Will be applying in about 2 years. If any of you would be kind enough to tell me what your stats were and what prior work/volunteering/internships, etc. you may have held, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks and Good Luck :-)
- May 23 by shuccrnYes! I'm interested as well yet not sure of the track I want to take. Are they frugal w/ scholarships? NYU is a pretty penny but I would love to go there. Also, did any of you attend an open house?
- Jun 5 by nursing_student93Hi, does anyone know how many semesters is the psych NP program at NYU? Doesn't seem to say on their website. Thanks.
- Jun 6 by JerseyGirl2010Hi all,
I went to NYU's MSN open house about 2 weeks ago. It was quite informative. The family program is mandatory f/t, all the other programs are optional p/t. I have a non-nursing undergrad degree from Rutgers, the presenter recommended I take the pre-reqs (stats/research) at NYU as a caveat to my low undergrad GPA, to boost my chances of getting in. Hope this is useful info! Missmo1984, do you mind posting some of ur stats, i dont have pm privilege yet :-((
- Jun 6 by nursing_student93Jerseygirl, thanks for the info! It doesn't say how many semesters the programs take to complete f/t. With 48 semester credits, I'm guessing it's either 3 or 4? Did they tell you? Thanks!