Forgive me for my rant, but I cant hold it in much longer. I have been in FNP school for a year now. Up to this point I have had Advance Physical Assessment and Advance Patho. Everything else has been: theory, policy development, public health theory, and statistics. I enjoy my classes that have to do with assessment and patho. I just have the hardest time swallowing all of these papers and somewhat charismatic ideas expressed by my one of my professors. This particular professor has only a BSN and 2 years of experience as a nurse. He landed the "privilege" of teaching a graduate level theory class. Thank God it's not a class that really matters. This person also was a theater major before "answering the call" to become a nurse. You can just imagine how absurd these lectures are. The part that I'm stunned by is how can a reputable university allow this twit to teach graduate students and possess only the same credentials we all have as students. Thanks for listening. I feel better now.