I checked the AANP site, and couldn't find any information on the most current tracks of NP. I remember reading that a few of the tracks would no longer be available (or got merged?). I can't seem to find that information anymore.
Also, what's the difference between "Post Master's Program Option" and "Certificate Only" (on the AANP NP Program Search site). If I had an MSN (direct-entry, no BSN--just the MSN with no NP focus), then which option would I choose?
Dec 22, '12
Quote from ChristineN
If you have an MSN then you can do a post master's certificate, also called a certificate only at some schools. This will avoid you having to retake all of those core master's classes you already took, like research.
Thanks for the reply! What's the meaning of a "post master's program" then?
I just checked the Board of Nursing for my state, and there's an option to choose which academic program that you had. "Post-masters" and "certificate" are both listed as options, but I'm still unsure of the difference between the two.
Last edit by xInspiredx on Dec 22, '12