USA online Adult/geron (acute) vs Adult/geron (primary care) post- masters cert info

  1. Hi all this is my first post in a long long long time so here goes.....

    I have a MSN (nurse administration) and am trying to decide which program would be better to get a post-masters NP cert.,

    What are the differences between them?

    How is the USA online programs?

    I really need help, any current USA NP students out there?????
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  2. 5 Comments

  3. by   charlottegirl
    i have the exact same questions
  4. by   DAP AGPC-NP-C
    I am starting the primary care ANP/GNP program as a post-masters student in August. I have a MSN in healthcare systems management from Loyola New Orleans. So far I feel they have been attentive during the application process and getting the acceptance packet complete. I personally know people who have graduated from their np program, giving positive remarks. I'll have more info to give once the fall semester starts.
  5. by   USA RN
    Quote from danapjmsn
    I am starting the primary care ANP/GNP program as a post-masters student in August. I have a MSN in healthcare systems management from Loyola New Orleans. So far I feel they have been attentive during the application process and getting the acceptance packet complete. I personally know people who have graduated from their np program, giving positive remarks. I'll have more info to give once the fall semester starts.
    Danapjmsn
    thanks for your reply! I also am starting the primary care ANP/GNP program as a post-masters student in August, orientation 15th-17th. Yes I agree USA staff have responded in a very timely manner and I am pleased. I would like to talk with someone who is "currently" in this program and get the straight scoop..lol Give me a shout when you can.
  6. by   DAP AGPC-NP-C
    I am not scheduled to attend the orientation until next summer. I still need to finish patho. pharm. and assessment.
  7. by   Joebird21
    I was curious as to how they deliver their online classes. Do they have recorded lectures you can watch or is it like Frontier where you do a lot of reading on your own?

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