I have searched the other threads and I know that this is somewhat repeative so I apologize.
I am graduating with my BSN from Kean University in 2 weeks. YEAH!!!!
Now that's done I am interested in pursuing my MSN with a CNS track rather than NP track because from the research I've done in NJ CNS and NP both come under APN but the CNS will give me more options with my career. After going to school and working night shift for 3 years I only want to do online classes because trying to adjust my work and/or sleep schedule around school was EXTREMELY
difficult. I know that I will have to do clinicals but at least that I will be able to
have more flexibility in scheduling with my preceptor/mentor.
Reading the other posts I have several programs but many that are mentioned are the brick and mortar schools, require a few visits per semester to the campus (which I can't do because I cannot afford to take the time off of work or the airfare/hotel costs that will be required), or are NP tracks.
So after all that my question is does anyone know of a CNS program (again not NP) in which the didactic portion is ALL