Second Degree in _____? - page 2

For those of you who have gone back to school, are in school, or just plain pondering it (like me)........ Would you get a second bachelors or masters in something other than nursing? If yes,... Read More

  1. by   mustangsheba
    My degree will be in Interdisciplinary Studies, which in my case is alternative healing. I am going to follow Charles suggestion and get a masters in some kind of nursing. I'm kind of fascinated by the weather as well.
  2. by   Ted
    I have a BM (Bachelor of Music) degree in film composition and an AS in nursing and a BS degree in nursing. Any more letters after my name and I'll need a longer name tag!

    Ted Fiebke, RN, BM, AS, BS, OCN

    (I actually put all of those letters after my name once for a paper I wrote on music and humor!)

    PS - If I ever did get another degree, it would be a Masters degree music composition.
    Last edit by Ted on Aug 13, '01
  3. by   RNforLongTime
    Well, if I ever decide to go back to school, I would pursue an MSN. In what area, I do not know. I do not want to have to take the GRE to apply for grad school, first of all. Second of all, I don't even have my school loans paid off from my BSN. And thirdly, I am happy being a staff nurse for now. I have no interest in becoming management. I am an RN and am happy with that. I aslo have my BSN and I just don't think that I will ever go back to school.

  4. by   BrandyBSN
    I will either go to Springfield for my CRNA, or KCOM for Med School. Ill let my MCAT score decide which i do
  5. by   sunny1973

    I have a BS in psych. I say go for whatever you are interested in! It seems in today's world you can weave your varied interests together to make a great career.
    I have a friend with a Bachelor's in health administration. She's now applying to a nurse anesthesist program! Another friend who felt she was "just getting too old for bedside nursing" went back to school to get a degree in health & a teaching certificate. Now she teaches at a private school & loves it!

    If you feel going back to college would be too cumbersome, consider getting some type of additional certification. Many hospitals offer small shift differentials for these!

    Good luck!

Second Degree in _____?