Quote from yadi87
with all do respect, the difference in actual nursing capability between ADN and RN is minimal, all BSN has extra is writing courses and lecture...second why would i pay for a BSN if there is a program that will allow me to obtain a higher degree with my existing bachelors ( even though it is not in nursing its still a science related field) , due to aweful job market in Florida i wish to be a step up on the competition as a masters degree will be better than a bachelors . Most new ADN grads cant find jobs so im not going to put myself through that trauma since there are so many willing BSN -RN willing to take 25 bucks an hour to pay bills.
also, i asked for advice from people who went this route for some advice on programs, my reasons for doing it are my own and i dont need a lecture from anyone.
also i know nurses with bsn's that are (insert curse word here) idiots
This is just my thinking, by reading your comment, as to why they want BSN's. They DO NOT desire 2nd career people who want to RUSH thru, in their programs, who have NO EXPERIENCE. I understand the BSN component.
As I stated before, CHILL and see if nursing is what you really want, sounds like to me you are still early on in school, if you are due to grad in 2013. You don't even know if you will be hired as a new nurse, because hospitals are seeking experience, which is the big complaints of new grads these days.
Sigh! Good luck and just graduate and pass the NCLEX