Yea, actually can the OP post their source?
I know I jumped on the bandwagon but also whether or not this is true, it doesn’t change the fact that their are NP and DNP programs around me that I know of requiring 750 cinical hours which is around 30-40% of the hours a typical student local PA student gets.
"Best" is pretty subjective. Could you clarify on the things you're looking for?
Best is very subjective, I agree but that's why I want to know everyone's opinion to formulate my own opinion overall 🙂
Things that I am looking for: overall impression of didactic and clinical phase, unique resources/facilities that the locations, overall impression of the school, flexibility of the clinical and distance from the school, standard of living within the region, relationship with faculty and other students.
Essentially pro/con of the schools.