Frontier school of nursing, BSN to DNP

  1. Hello,
    I am thinking that I might apply to Frontier school of nursing BSN to DNP program. I am wondering if anyone has attended Frontier and what their experience was with Frontier? Any information would be helpful! Really nervous about the whole idea of going back to school--have been a nurse for 20+ years:-)
    Thank you in advance for any help!
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  3. by   ColoradoBirthRN
    Hi! I am a current CNEP student (just started my second year) and I love it! I wish the seamless BSN to DNP was an option when I started but it is a new development, so after my 3 years for my MSN/CNM (I am part-time) I plan to complete the WHNP clinical (one term after the CNEP program) and then continue the 15 extra months to get my DNP. Absolutely worth it to me. After 20 years I'm sure you have an idea about the way things should be done to improve care for women and their families so I say go for it.
    Good Luck!