Jump to content
amk1990

amk1990

Member Member
  • Joined:
  • Last Visited:
  • 16

    Content

  • 0

    Articles

  • 1,001

    Visitors

  • 0

    Followers

  • 0

    Points

amk1990's Latest Activity

  1. amk1990

    Columbia University MDE 2017

    You can apply to the MDE / DNP and if they don't accept you for the DNP, you can still be accepted into the MDE portion. I'm currently finishing up the first semester of MDE. Going on to the DNP next fall. Last final of summer semester tomorrow woooo (I should be studying now). A bunch of people in my cohort were not accepted to the DNP but we're accepted for the MDE - there is an internal application process for the DNP and you can reapply if you were denied or apply fresh if you just applied for MDE and decided to go the DNP route. From what I've heard the internal application process is pretty straight forward
  2. amk1990

    Johns Hopkins MSN Fall 2016

    Declining my spot for Columbia. Hope someone else gets an email soon to replace me!
  3. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    Got em, thanks!
  4. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    Does anyone have the slides they showed from going to an open house, that they wouldn't mind emailing me? akaminsk90@gmail.com
  5. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    Thanks for the info! How do I find the FB group?
  6. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    Those that are accepting, any idea what you'll be doing for housing?
  7. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    Just put down my deposit / accepted my spot. Hoping they come out with financial aid packages soon though!
  8. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    March 14th
  9. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    In for psych dnp!
  10. amk1990

    Yale GEPN 2016

    Interviewing for PMHNP. Really excited!
  11. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    Wonder if there were more or less people who applied this year then previous years, because of them transitioning to the DNP program
  12. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    Never mind, disregard above post - I was looking at the wrong page again.
  13. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    Yeah, I see it now - I had some of their old pages saved still. On this page though it seems like they removed their pre-reqs besides stats? DNP (Post-BS) | School of Nursing [h=2]Prerequisites [/h] Must be taken at an accredited college or university (online and community colleges are acceptable). A letter grade of C or better is required. Prerequisites do not have to be completed by the deadline. Rather, all required courses are to be completed by orientation (late May). Statistics taken within the last 5 years Health/Physical Assessment
  14. amk1990

    Columbia ETP 2016

    Hi everyone, I'm a little confused. I know Columbia transitioned from ETP to the MDE but can you still apply directly to the DNP program with a bachelors in another field...? On their website I only see the option to apply for the MDE portion and not the DNP initially. I'm a little hesitant about going for the MDE if I don't get accepted directly into the DNP program. Columbia was my #1 school though so I'm having a dilemma. I've worked in the mental health field for a few years and I'm 100% sure psychiatric nurse practitioner it's what I want to do directly out of school. I know Rochester still has an ETP psychiatric nurse practitioner program, though I've heard Columbia's is better.
  15. amk1990

    University of Rochester ABPNN Sept 2015

    I'm applying this year with a 3.4 overall GPA 3.7 pre-req. Have good ECs including volunteer work / 4 years of military service. For those that have applied / gotten in, were your stats comparable to that? Ty
  16. So I'm applying to schools for 2016 summer / fall entry - I'm a little confused with one aspect. Most schools that have a masters in nursing for non nurses (entry) seem to work in the way that you earn a bachelors then proceed to the masters nurse practitioner program. I'm definitely looking to go the NP route as a career (psychiatry). Hopkins seems to have a masters in nursing program but it doesn't look like it's a NP program from what I can tell. On their site it does say you can continue your studies for an advanced degree, but do you have to reapply for the NP portion if you go that route? And do you need to work as a nurse before that application? I'm looking at schools in the Northeast for the most part, right now I'm planning on applying to Yale, Columbia, Rochester and UPenn - hopkins is up in the air depending on how that program works. Thanks!