I am a sophomore in college studying clinical psychology how do I become a PNP without changing major?

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I’m a sophomore in college and i want to become a PNP can I still stay as a clinical psychology student now??

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As a PNP are you meaning a psychiatric nurse prac? if so, you have to have a bsn and then obtain a msn (which this will be changing within the next few years, i believe 2013, which then you have to have a dnp-doctorate). if you want to continue with your bachelors in psychology, you can do so, but you will still have to obtain a bsn, which there are some second-degree bsn’s which are around 18 months long. i would speak with your university (if they have a nursing program) for further information.

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