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CNM programs in SoCal?

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I'm on a journey to become a CNM. I have my ADN and I'm considering applying for my bachelor's through CSU Fullerton. I would like to learn more about ADN-MSN bridge programs as well. I need to continue working while pursuing my master's so I'm particularly interested in part time or distance formats. Any info/resources about CNM programs in the area would be very much appreciated!


Edited by stacyann21 - 11/11/12 at 2:50pm
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Have you looked into Frontier?

 

http://www.frontier.edu/

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Their website says you have to visit the campus in Kentucky a few times during the program. That's just not feasible for me. I was poking around the CSU Fullerton website and found that they actually have a masters in women's health program and one of the specialties is midwifery so I think I'm going to look into that.

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