Congrats on being in an FNP program and good luck with your clinicals.
I hope to start an MSN/FNP program next year. I live in N.C. I was wondering which school/program you are attending?
I am currently in the online RN to BSN completion program at Western Carolina U. I already have a B.A. in Psychology and a then went back to school and got an A.D.N. If I had it to do over again I think I would have done one of the ABSN programs for my RN instead af the ADN...oh well, hindsight is 20/20, etc.
Western Carolina has an RN to MSN bridge that I will apply to next semester and then I can use 9 hours of the MSN program to count as electives toward completing the BSN. I will have to complete the BSN before I can be formally admitted to the MSN program...but they will allow me to take up to 9 hours of graduate credit while I complete the BSN.
I have also applied to Duke's MSN program. They are one of the few schools
I found that doesn't require a BSN if you are an RN with a bachelor's degree in another (non-nursing) field. From what I have heard, finding preceptors can be challenging. Are you going to have to travel very far for your clinicals?