United States university FNP

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shibaowner

shibaowner, MSN, RN, NP

Has 1 years experience. 3 Articles; 583 Posts

Well, I live in San Diego and have never heard of it. This is a for profit school. Why would you want to go here? Apply to reputable public and private non-profit schools.

Mrskeene3

Mrskeene3

24 Posts

Well it's one of the board of registered nursing approved FNP programs that's why I know about I. It's also one of the most affordable options as well.

Ferus Olin

Ferus Olin

6 Posts

I noticed this as well. It is an accredited school and is even cheaper than some of the public schools I've been looking at. Unfortunately there's little info out there about the school and I really want to know more

Mrskeene3

Mrskeene3

24 Posts

Well I can keep you updated cuz I'm 99.9% sure I'm joining the October cohort!

Ferus Olin

Ferus Olin

6 Posts

That's awesome! I would love to hear your feedback. I'm looking to a late 2018 or early 2019 start.

Mrskeene3

Mrskeene3

24 Posts

No problem if I forget just re-comment it sends me an email í ½í¸Š

Ferus Olin

Ferus Olin

6 Posts

Will do. Thank you again. I really appreciate it. The admissions counselor I spoke to told me about how they set up preceptors for you if you don't already have one and the cost of the program which was pretty low compared to some of the others out there. Seein' how this is an accredidated school with a campus in CA, I'm really leaning towards this one.

I'll check back on here after october. Cheers!

sablok

sablok

3 Posts

I am also joining there October cohort. Lets see what happens. Keep in touch Mrskeene3. thanks

Mrskeene3

Mrskeene3

24 Posts

Really!! Well hello fellow classmate! That's awesome!! What are your thoughts on the program?

sablok

sablok

3 Posts

Hello! Similar to yours, Not really finding any reviews here. It is definitely accredited program.

Bumex

Bumex, DNP, NP

Specializes in Assistant Professor, Nephrology, Internal Medicine. Has 12 years experience. 1 Article; 384 Posts

Before enrolling in any NP program, first look at the national pass rates for boards. If they won't give them to you, or it is "new" I would hesitate to spend money.