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Let's make a list of all online FNP programs - page 2

Hello everyone. I have been searching for a list of online FNP programs but have not been able to find one so maybe together we can make one. I want to start applying to FNP programs soon and the... Read More

  1. Visit  owlRN01 profile page
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    Future reference Thanks for starting this thread!
  2. Visit  goofeegirl profile page
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    Indiana State University is where I got my FNP degree and am now earning my DNP through them.
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  3. Visit  hughes317 profile page
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    This has been a great help thank you!
  4. Visit  22muchfun profile page
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    Maryville University has a distance FNP & AGNP program. It is somewhat a newer online program but a private & small university. The programs are patterned just like their on campus FNP & AGNP programs.
  5. Visit  callmecrazyRN profile page
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    No mention of Louisiana?!?


    I'm pretty sure McNeese State University and Northwestern State University have programs....
  6. Visit  Lisalis profile page
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    goofeegirl
    Please share your experience. I was accepted for fall 2014. Thank you!
  7. Visit  WildcatFanRN profile page
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    Graceland University www.graceland.edu is completely online and requires a campus visit prior to clinicals for advanced health assessment. They are not approved for NC I do believe.

    Also, Eastern Kentucky University is a good online program
  8. Visit  SamRNmedic profile page
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    Samford University in Birmingham, AL

    Eastern Kentucky University

    Clarion University, Clarion, PA
  9. Visit  nursebunney profile page
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    These I've briefly looked into so far. I'm going of US News and World Report: Best Online Nursing Programs. You have you look at each to find out if they offer an NP program specifically. These all have a credit unit cost of less than $700. I've only gotten through the first two pages. :-)
    Clarion University, University of Cincinnati, Delta State, Frontier, Nursing University, Chamberlain, Uni of Colorado- Co Springs, St. Francis Medical Ctr College of Nursing, Kaplan, Maryville University,
  10. Visit  futureeastcoastNP profile page
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    Quote from nursebunney
    These I've briefly looked into so far. I'm going of US News and World Report: Best Online Nursing Programs. You have you look at each to find out if they offer an NP program specifically. These all have a credit unit cost of less than $700. I've only gotten through the first two pages. :-)
    Clarion University, University of Cincinnati, Delta State, Frontier, Nursing University, Chamberlain, Uni of Colorado- Co Springs, St. Francis Medical Ctr College of Nursing, Kaplan, Maryville University,
    Most of these are for profit programs. Better advice would be to look at the USNews top NP programs list and then see which programs from THAT list have an online component. Those are the more reputable programs compared to these.
  11. Visit  lhflanurseNP profile page
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    Quote from futureeastcoastNP
    Most of these are for profit programs. Better advice would be to look at the USNews top NP programs list and then see which programs from THAT list have an online component. Those are the more reputable programs compared to these.
    Your distaste for non-profit schools is well known in these forums, however your comment "most of these are for profit programs" is incorrect. Kaplan and Chamberlain are, I could not find out anything about Nursing University, but ALL the rest in the list a not-for-profit schools.
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  12. Visit  BlueRN95 profile page
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    Future,

    What NP program did you graduate from? In your opinion, is there a for-profit MSN program that you recommend?
  13. Visit  futureeastcoastNP profile page
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    Quote from uscg2RN
    Future,

    What NP program did you graduate from? In your opinion, is there a for-profit MSN program that you recommend?
    Hi uscg2RN,

    I go to Columbia for my NP program currently. No, there are no good for profit programs. Outside of nursing, for profit schools are a joke. They don't exist in medicine or PA programs. Highly educated/intelligent people see them as diploma mills. I know they are popular with nurses but they are very unprofessional and very embarrassing for the field of nursing. They have well documented problems and I would never trust a healthcare provider who attended one.
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