Info on USI Online - page 2
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Any go to University of Southern Indiana? I'm looking at their online PMHNP program, but it's fairly new and doesn't seem to have a lot of theory based courses necessary for mental health care. The only diff. between this program... Read More
- 0Jan 8, '13 by mjfalRNI have been a student at USI for my BSN/MSN and currently a Post Masters NP student and considering the DNP program. I can tell you that this program is stellar. As the previously indicated, you have to stay on top of the curriculum because you are going to be required to study at least 15 hours a week to be successful. I feel that I have received a viable education and well prepared for any role that you plan on pursuing.
- 0Apr 22, '13 by nursetoday2001I know that this is an old message.but I was wondering how is the classes at USI ?I was asking about classes 601,602,603,604,605,606,617,618,622 I will have to take two at a time the first year and then one per semester the next two.I will graduate in three years?I heard the instructors are wonderful and the program is challenging and thats exactly what Im looking for?Can anybody tell me about USI nurse practitioner program classes and give me any advice?
- 0Apr 24, '13 by barefoot_girlI finished the FNP track last fall and took all of these classes. There is nothing easy about the courses but they are all quite do-able. Just never get behind in your reading. I took two at a time until I started my clinical rotations the last year and did well. The hardest class I had, by far, was the research or advanced research class. Not because it was that hard but pleasing the professor was a pain. I really have a great deal of respect for the staff there. The primary FNP instructors - ******************** are wonderful and I can't say enough good things about them. The clinical instructors are sometimes hard to get in touch with and a bit slow to respond but otherwise I had/have no complaintsLast edit by JustBeachyNurse on Apr 24, '13 : Reason: ToS/privacy--please do not post names of school personnel