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- Nov 11, '11 by LPN2RN2BSN2MSNRNGO4IT, I will look over my millions of scribbled notes and find out what university that was. I do remember it was about 70 something credits because I thought to myself, "would it be better to be double mastered or doctored in a single specialty." It's about the same amount of credits. I will find the info and post. Chow for now.
- Nov 11, '11 by LPN2RN2BSN2MSNOK, I found it. It is Northeastern University, Bouve' College of Health Sciences. It is a dual FNP and PMHNP program, 76 credit hours total. Which do you think would be more beneficial the dual certification or a DNP in just one specialty. I was looking at the psych DNP program at Brandman University. I'm kind of tired of hypertension and diabetes.Last edit by LPN2RN2BSN2MSN on Nov 11, '11 : Reason: after thought
- Nov 12, '11 by RNGO4ITthanks
- Feb 21, '12 by scjeevansRNbrent-
Did you end up going to Georgetown? I have submitted my application and am excited about the program. I have researched the program and I think what I am anticipating the most are the weekly online-live-via-webcam classes with only 10 other students and the professor. As far as I can tell there is not another online FNP program like this. However, the cost of attendance does have me somewhat panicked. Just wondering if you decided to go the Georgoetown route and if you did, how you like it. And if you didn't, where you are going and how you like that program.
- Apr 10, '12 by iris55adrHi I recently saw your post just now and I was wondering if you too could message me the name of the school you're currently attending. Thank you!
- Apr 27, '12 by nursjennQuote from RNbrentTry Fort Hays State University's online MSN-FNP program or University of North Dakota's online programs....I'm not rich by any means. I was hoping to find a program that is 30-50k. Can anyone make any recommendations?
- Apr 27, '12 by nursjennQuote from Student_FNPMy FNP program is cheap. However i wouldn't recommend it because cheap doesn't necessarily get you the education you need or want...
I strongly suggest you look into the quality of the program rather than how inexpensive it is. I wanted to go the cheap and convenient route as well thinking that it really wouldn't make a difference in the long run. Well that may be true...but the problem is will I ever GET to the long run in my program? With the lack of resources, direction, and guidance, perhaps I will, or maybe I won't...
Most people need some sort of guidance in order to make it through these programs and trust me it is no fun to feel as though no one else (instructors, adviosors, etc.) cares if you suceed or not.
All I can say is that I personally am definately regretting my decision of cheap over quality of program.
Much Agreed, Student_FNP
- Apr 28, '12 by myelinYeah, it concerns me when people seem to only care about whether or not their program is cheap or convenient (ie: online). Quality of education seems to vary widely in nursing, unlike in medicine or PA programs. Try to find a program that is reasonably priced but that will support you and has an excellent reputation. Easier said than done, but sometimes we must sacrifice for our education. I am moving several states so I can attend a top institution (UCSF), because I want to be the best NP I can be.
- Apr 28, '12 by UVA Grad NursingSince you are in the DC area, there are excellent state schools near by. Both U-Maryland and UVa are ranked in the Top 15 of nursing programs in the country. If you are an instate student, tuition should be around 15K per year (so the full degree under 30K) at either school.
- May 1, '12 by angelalalaQuote from myelinThat's great for you; however, many women in particular (mothers, single mothers, people with excessive student loan debt) really don't have those options. I have another masters so I don't even have enough student loan money remaining to attend an expensive program.Yeah, it concerns me when people seem to only care about whether or not their program is cheap or convenient (ie: online). Quality of education seems to vary widely in nursing, unlike in medicine or PA programs. Try to find a program that is reasonably priced but that will support you and has an excellent reputation. Easier said than done, but sometimes we must sacrifice for our education. I am moving several states so I can attend a top institution (UCSF), because I want to be the best NP I can be.