Order of Professional Credentials/Degrees

  1. 0 i have read general knowledge of people who have degrees and the correct order of professional credentials/degrees.

    http://nsweb.nursingspectrum.com/art...ialscf2003.htm

    https://local.google.com/answers/threadview?id=424820

    neither of these address my question however.

    i just obtained my degree master's of information technology [mit].
    if i drop my bsn from my list which is what is recommended to do i feel like i am loosing my "nursing" background. i believe in my education and feel its important for people to know i have my bachelors in nursing. bsn, rn is what separates a rn from a diploma or associates rn. by dropping my bsn people would still know i am a rn but not what type.

    there are people who have an associates rn and have a bachelor in something else.

    since i work in healthcare in a hospital setting up our clinical systems for our staff to use is it proper to just drop the bsn and just use mit or should i use both?

    anyone have any ideas?
  2. Visit  anfguyrn profile page

    About anfguyrn

    anfguyrn has '6' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'ICU, Information Technology'. From 'Chicago'; 35 Years Old; Joined Jun '08; Posts: 1.

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  3. Visit  GilaRRT profile page
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    Why not use them both? Are the uncouth ninjas really that scary? RN, MIT, BSN, etc. Looks good on ya!
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  4. Visit  EricJRN profile page
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    I'd go "MIT, BSN, RN." Generally in academics the degree is listed before the license, but there's a lot of confusion about that in nursing since the BSN is often considered an "add-on" to the RN license.
  5. Visit  donsterRN profile page
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    Quote from EricEnfermero
    I'd go "MIT, BSN, RN." Generally in academics the degree is listed before the license, but there's a lot of confusion about that in nursing since the BSN is often considered an "add-on" to the RN license.
    I believe you are correct, although I learned that it was one degree (the highest earned), then the license, then the certification. I don't see the harm in adding the nursing degree to the mix, like you said.


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