UTA online FNP ! Yay!

  1. So I checked the academic partnership website and they now have an FNP online program through UTA. I was so excited that I now have the option to complete a MSN/FNP at UTA. Has anyone else considered this? The price tag was a little over $33,000 for 24 months. Sounds steep but can't imagine there isn't any graduate grants available.
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  3. by   shantel1621
    Are you sure this is correct? I spoke with an graduate advisor about six weeks ago and was told the FNP would only be offer on campus...however education and administrator tract will remain online option.
  4. by   twindad85

    It is under " Online Programs" ? Maybe someone made a mistake?
  5. by   shantel1621
    This sure does imply an online option is available. I will contact them again with this info...I will keep you posted.
  6. by   kimlynn
    Interesting, it's definitely listed under "Online Nursing Programs". I'm curious also to know if this is correct....
  7. by   linzlace
    Yes it is correct. It begins this summer or in the fall.
  8. by   amyrnfa
    Glad to see them start a FNP online program. They must be closed for the holidays though because no one in admissions has responded to emails or is answering the phone.
  9. by   linzlace
    Yes! I called again today and was able to finally get through! No one has called me back or responded!
  10. by   linzlace
    I found out that it starts in February and as of right now it is only available to residents of texas.
  11. by   jadiva
    Say it ain't so. I would love to do their program. I went to graduation and it was great. I totally enjoyed myself thoroughly.
  12. by   MissRN2013
    It's definitely available online and it's not only for residents. I received a lot of information today!
  13. by   shantel1621
    What's up with the contradicting stories from uta about this program? I was just told by one of the advisor that at this time the program is only open to Texas residence.
  14. by   bellamia1015
    That is what it says on the website. The FNP has to complete clinical hours in Texas and have a Texas license.