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HOPEforRNs has 6 years experience as a ADN, BSN, MSN and specializes in Education, Skills & Simulation, Med/Surg.

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I am looking for a DNP accredited through ACEN to avoid the 1,000 hours post bachelor's. I have my MSN in Nursing Education, so I only have 100 clinical hours and have no interest in getting 900 more.  I also want a program that is entirely online (OK with going to campus to defend my project). I also want somewhere that gives NFLP funding. I found Regis College which has everything I want. Are there any others? I work FT as nurse faculty and plan to continue in this career until I retire.

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Regis is a good choice.   Their online and on campus programs are well respected.  They also have a good amount of money for NFLP.  I am starting in the fall on campus.  

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HOPEforRNs has 6 years experience as a ADN, BSN, MSN and specializes in Education, Skills & Simulation, Med/Surg.

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2 minutes ago, efthimia519 said:

Regis is a good choice.   Their online and on campus programs are well respected.  They also have a good amount of money for NFLP.  I am starting in the fall on campus.  

How long is the program? How many practicum hours? 

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You do have to complete 1000 hours but you get credit for your MSN hours if you can verify them.  I also received credit/ hours for board certification and participation in professional organizations, Sigma etc.  I believe you get credit for ANA too.  

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PMHNP Man has 7 years experience as a MSN, APRN, NP and specializes in Psychiatry.

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The school I'm affiliated with (as a grad and adjunct faculty) has a DNP that with four extra courses you get the education credentials. Yes, more clinical is required although I have no idea what dnp clinical consists of.

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HOPEforRNs has 6 years experience as a ADN, BSN, MSN and specializes in Education, Skills & Simulation, Med/Surg.

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On 6/1/2019 at 10:41 PM, PMHNP Man said:

The school I'm affiliated with (as a grad and adjunct faculty) has a DNP that with four extra courses you get the education credentials. Yes, more clinical is required although I have no idea what dnp clinical consists of.

I actually have my masters in nursing education and am taking the CNE exam in a few weeks! 

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