Quote from chicagostudentnurse
EmergencyRN- As HarStarr stated, they require BSN holders as well.
Sorry, I mistakenly misread your OP as having
a BSN; in that case, I can now appreciate the depth of your dilemma. However, all is not lost. There is
such a thing known as the STRAP program, which the military uses to help train civilian doctors and nurses, but in return, the graduates are obligated service for a few years. I recall having read of others in this forum using it to get their BSNs while getting paid for it as they do it; upon completion, they get their BSNs and are then commissioned as officers. I don't know the specifics and if it would help you. But here's the link and you can find out for yourself: STRAP
At any rate, good luck to you!