I'm doing a post-master's FNP with Husson University in Bangor, Maine. I'm in California. Chose Husson after researching dozens (and I do mean DOZENS) of online programs. They were one of the most affordable and the program director is AMAZING! It's only $548/unit and they have 100% pass rate for FNP with ANCC. They do not find your preceptors for you if you are out of state, but if you give the clinical coordinator leads, she will go to bat for you trying to help. I was having a hard time finding my pediatric placement, which is our first clinical rotation that I'm in now. Well she called one clinic on my list and was initially told no, but ended up getting a yes (how she did it, I'm not sure lol). So I would look into Husson (Husson University). It has an awesome reputation in Maine. Like I said, I already have a Masters (did a direct-entry MSN with clinical nurse leader option a few years ago) so I only have to do the FNP didactic courses and clinical. I believe the regular MSN NP is 2 years or so, so I'm now with the rest of the MSN students for pediatric didactic and clinical which is our first rotation. Summer will be family/adult health 1, fall Women's Health, and finish up Spring 2017 with family/adult health 2. Although online, we do several synchronous online classes throughout the semester where we video conference through zoom with our professor (they are about 4hr classes). We also have a 1 week intensive before summer semester starts where we have to come to campus for a week and go over suturing, ECG reading, radiographs, etc. (you can stay in on-campus housing for cheap).
I know this is lengthy, but wanted to provide as much info as possible and pay it forward with giving back with helpful information, as I've come to this site for years and used it as a great resource. Allnurses is actually how I found Husson as it was listed in a thread for online NP programs and I added the school to my list to research and it ended up being the best program for my needs and bank account, as I'm paying for the program myself without loans (but regardless you're doing a post masters or the full MSN NP, you can't beat $548/unit!). Hope this helps. Good luck!