Online FNP/ACNP Programs - page 3

I will finish my BSN in July 2010. I want to become a FNP or ACNP. I am looking for online programs that are not extremely expensive. I would like recommendations from you all that are attending or... Read More

  1. by   PhillyBSN
    Their are plenty of online fnp programs. Duke univ, george washington, albany state, felician college, thomas jefferson, unlv. When i was googling info i was surprised to see how many schools offer online np programs for adults, family, acute care, etc
  2. by   sgrn07
    Has any one attended Frontier School of Midwifery, Womens Health and family NP programs? I see various other schools/ Univ are mentioned but don't see anything on Frontier? Any thoughts or recommendations?
  3. by   chagermany
    Quote from TerryBSN
    I am currently pursuing my FNP online through the RODP and ETSU, it is not that expensive. I was accepted to Ball State, RODP/ETSU, Indiana State Univ. and Graceland. I chose RODP/ETSU due to expense as well as graduating with my BSN from ETSU 14 years ago. With RODP you can choose full time or part time. I am attending part time due to working full time. Hope this information helps, also no GRE is needed and no trips except to clinicals which are set up in your area.
    Where is it and how long does it take?
  4. by   dhigbee
    This is a late reply, but hope it's helpful. University of Southern Indiana has a good program. I graduated from their FNP program in 2005. PM me if you have further questions.
  5. by   hopefulprayers1
    Anyone complete USA's program?
  6. by   ROLO
    Graduated 12/14/2011 from USA. Did their ACNP track. I LIVED that program! It was not easy, but I liked the format. I recommend USA. If grad school were easy, everyone would be doing it.