I saw that Northeastern has this direct entry BSN to MS in nurse administration. I haven't heard much about nurse administration in the discussions so I was wondering is this degree even marketable after graduating?
I guess you can go directly to the MS part but am I going to be working as a nurse for like 8 years before I land an administrative position?
They also have a neonatal NP option, BUT you have to work as a neo natal nurse before entering the NP portion... HAH! try finding one of those jobs in Boston [or 100 mile radius] I says to myself.
So to sum up, is nurse administration a graduate degree that is going to pay off or will I end up nursing for a really long time [which i don't mind, but when I spend the extra 55K to get that MS degree that is kind of frustrating] because those "administrative" jobs are so few as I would imagine?
I appreciate all the help I can get on this one!