Purdue University Global Reviews of Master's in Nurse Practitioner (Family)

  • 5 Reviews
  • Indianapolis (IN)
  • Annual Tuition: $10,662
100% of 5 students said this degree improved their career prospects
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Reviews - Master's in Nurse Practitioner (Family)

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T. Stull
  • Reviewed: 10/23/2021
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
"I do not feel the classes have prepared me for my boards. I only had issues with one professor. The Pediatric Professor does not do well with responding to emails/questions. She graded an assignment before I turned it in. I did let her know but she did not respond to my emails and did not change the grade. The financial department did not notify me in a timely manner about the cost that I would be paying. The last 3 classes I ran out of financial aide and had to pay out of pocket. That is hard to collect it last minute."
Heather Demarest
  • Reviewed: 9/2/2021
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
"First of all, I feel overall that the program focuses too much on “busy work” and “hoops” to jump through and too little on substance. Not once did I feel I learned something from journal assignments or discussion boards. They are pointless wastes of time. Second, iHuman is an atrocity that should be done away with immediately. I know other schools also use it and I have spoken with students from other programs and the feels were unanimous. It does nothing to prepare you for real world Scenarios and is provides nothing but anger and frustration. Third, I had to find all of my own clinical sites. The school was avail no help at all on this front. Once you find one, and do all the paperwork for them, they did move heaven and eart to approve the sites as fast as possible and my clinical coordinator was very responsive. Last, but not at all least, someone in their infinite wisdom thought it would be a good idea to stop telling students which test questions they got wrong. This effectively eliminated our ability to know where we’re were weak and what needed to be relearned or fixed. I don’t care if you don’t show us the right answer. Show me the question I missed, and the answer I gave, so I can go back and work on my knowledge deficit. I discussed this with students from other schools and preceptors and their reactions were anywhere from angry to confused to mortified that this was how a school was educating students. I couldn’t have agreed more."
Kelli
  • Reviewed: 8/25/2021
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
"I would highly recommend Purdue Global to anyone wanting to pursue their FNP. Not only have I learned a lot, but the program went by so quickly! Because of the opportunity to enroll in their Fast Track, I was able to obtain my degree in 18 months! I feel confident in my ability to successfully practice as an FNP. Thanks Purdue Global!"
Becky
  • Reviewed: 8/10/2020
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
"So overall this school helped me gain the knowledge I needed to know. They took criticism from the students throughout the course and revamped the program. Their is a weekly seminar and test are now taken with a lock down browser to prevent cheating or looking up answers. The weekly seminars help go over the content you are learning for the week. Most of the instructors are very responsive to e-mails or phone calls. The instructors were more than willing to answer any questions you need and to talk you through a problem you were having."
CC
  • Reviewed: 3/11/2019
  • Degree: Nurse Practitioner (Family)
"This school's financial aid office is a joke. After I graduated, they would not fill out a loan deferment for me for my undergraduate loans and basically told me I was on my own. I would call to inquire and was put on hold MULTIPLE times and they could never help me. They also disbursed DOUBLE the amount of loans for me in my last term as a student there and made me fill out multiple forms to get refunded, and were never able to refund me. Be prepared to be disappointed with their financial aid office."