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Univ. of Cincinnati-FNP Fall 2018

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khanna123 khanna123 (New) New

Hi everyone,

I have been reading on here for some time but decided to post and ask a few questions. I have applied to 2 schools for the Post Masters Certificate Program for FNP, Fall 2018. I have a MSN in Nursing Admin. One of the schools I applied to is U of C. I have not spoken to anyone yet from the school but have read really good things about their program. Question:

Am I looking at it correctly that the Out of State tuition for part time is approx. $740/ credit hour? Is that correct? I have searched their website and that is the number I keep getting. If that is correct, it is cheaper than my in state school in SC. Can anyone verify that for me?

Also, I just applied. The deadline states it is May 1st. It looks like approx. a 2 week turn around time to hear. Is that about right?

Finally, we do NOT have to travel to Cincinnati correct?

Thanks in advance for any help!

Kim

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inthecosmos, BSN, MSN, RN, APRN

Specializes in Varied. Has 4 years experience.

Am I looking at it correctly that the Out of State tuition for part time is approx. $740/ credit hour? Is that correct?

When I was considering U of C it was nearly impossible to find tuition rates. After much digging, their MSN program was 40 k for it's entirety. So, I believe you would be correct.

Also, I just applied. The deadline states it is May 1st. It looks like approx. a 2 week turn around time to hear. Is that about right?

I had a friend apply who had that quick of a turn around. She applied prior to the deadline and heard about her acceptance quickly.

Finally, we do NOT have to travel to Cincinnati correct?

It may be once or twice throughout the program, according to the friend who was accepted.

rizahawkeye, BSN, RN

Specializes in Nephrology. Has 3 years experience.

I did apply as well and hoping to hear something before April 30 (2nd week). My friend who finished the FNP program there only went there during graduation. Maybe traveling there once or twice for academic purposes is optional?