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Panasonic has 4 years experience and specializes in Emergency Department.

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timwesme:

Frontier University? it's not cheap...but it might be an option. they also have an ADN-MSN-DNP for nurse practitioners that runs around 50K

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Hi jrtaylor4,

How is your MSN prob you're done by now. I am planning to apply for NP Psyc program. I am considering cheap tuition. I am from NJ and want to apply in online program. Any input will be appreciated.

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LPN2RN2BSN2MSN has 15 years experience.

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I'm doing Brandman and it's very flexible... But not cheap... Three years...

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corbinRN has 5 years experience and specializes in Pediatric Critical Care.

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If anyone lives within reasonable driving distance to University of North Carolina at Wilmington, MSN-FNP tuition and fees is about $15,000 (according to what I can tell from the website; I've requested exact program tuition/fees and will update if needed) and it's mostly only. The website says about 4 visits to the campus per semester. I hope to apply next Spring for Fall 2015 admission and I live about 2 hours away.

It's hard to beat that price!

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Le-Lee,

Can you send me the name of your school. I am looking for a post masters certificate as a Family Nurse Practitioner as I already have my Adult Nurse Practitioner and the FNP is definitely more marketable. I am so broke after paying a 1000/credit hour at WSU.

TFranke

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Same here,but what is GRE is that the same as GPA? Sorry if I sound clueless,I am new to all of these.Thank you for your time.

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Hi,would you be able to continue your MSN to FNP?

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corbinRN has 5 years experience and specializes in Pediatric Critical Care.

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GRE is the Graduate Record Examination which is one of the exams that may be required for admission into a graduate level program.

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Thank you,corbinRN

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GRE is graduate testing, but GPA is your grade point average.

TAF

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I am rather upset about the search for a FNP program after having my ANP-The cheapest one I found will only accept half of my credits. I am thinking that this continued education is such a racket. It's a post masters certificate, not a masters degree. I am pretty disheartened by the whole thing and thinking I should have never gotten my ANP. At least I wouldn't have all that debt.

Tarrie

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koreanjohn32 specializes in Emergency.

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I just discovered a FNP program by Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. The credit hour fee is $860. Its:

Best,

John Kim

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