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This is a discussion on work while in school? in Pre-Nurse Practitioner Inquiry, part of Advanced Practice Nursing ... Im about to go back to school and I was told by the school that I will take 2 1/2 -3 years full...by kim0208 Jan 4Im about to go back to school and I was told by the school that I will take 2 1/2 -3 years full time and 3 1/2 -4 years part time. That just seems like forever to me. Any advice on how much time school is really going to take up? Thanks guys
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- Jan 6 by LetsChillProbably depends on how many credits you take per semester and how many clinical clock hours you are required.
Sounds doable though. The NP programs I've looked into total around 40 credits or so plus clinical hours. Most ppl I know that have gone through school or are now in a program can work either part time or full time.
Some accelerated programs, that'll do such a program in just 12 months or so, will still give time for work, but you have to be very good at time management skills!
Good luck in school!
- Jan 16 by PedsNP2013im in the last year in my prgram and its been almost 3 years and by the time im done it will be 3 1/2 years. i went to school part-time.
i worked full time 36 hours a week for the majority of my program. In the last year i switched to weekend program to make room for clinical which is 3 days during the week. and it works out because i make more money working just weekends.
- Apr 7 by kim0208That just seems like so much time. I'm worried about the job market once i get done. It's hard finding a job as a new grad as a RN. Will it be the same for NP?