If you plan to continue your career in nursing in the US- make sure that you include an MSN or other graduate nursing degree. This is an absolute requirement for higher-level nursing positions. It's actually mandated by JC and other regulatory agencies as well as Magnet requirements. You can always add on with other non-nursing education as well, but the MSN or equivalent is a must. If you want to teach nursing, you have to have an MSN - the doctoral degree can be in another related field, but graduate degree must be in nursing.
MSN programs are available in a variety of specialty areas. For a while there, all the schools were throwing everything at NP programs, but I think that is leveling off a bit, so schools are providing more tracks in education, administration, research, etc.
Best of luck to you!