What type of education do you have? - page 2

Just curious to see how far everyone has gotten and if they're going any further.... Read More

  1. by   MB37
    I checked "still in nursing school," but I already have a BS in psych and history. I'm in an ABSN program, and plan to become a CRNA after a few years in the ICU.
  2. by   HM2VikingRN
    Bachelors in Psychology.

    Adding a Nursing major at the baccalaureate level 12/15/2007.

    Planning to pursue NP with emphasis in family practice and psychiatry.
  3. by   sharona97
    I'm a LPN with an associates in applied science. I currently have 96 credits going into the LPN to RN bridge program. I've been nursing for 29 years.
    Last edit by sharona97 on Nov 4, '07 : Reason: me
  4. by   pickledpepperRN
    I was an LVN for years, the ASN, then BSN. Dropped out of grad school (going for CNS)

    Could Diploma RN be added?
  5. by   Conrad283
    Quote from spacenurse
    I was an LVN for years, the ASN, then BSN. Dropped out of grad school (going for CNS)

    Could Diploma RN be added?
    Sorry, there's already 10 options there and that's the maximum number allowed. I guess there are more options that I had originally thought.
  6. by   vh1817
    I have an ADN --'84, BSN-- '98, MSN/CRNP in 2000. Would love to get my DNP but it's nice to go home & watch TV and not have to write a paper or study.
  7. by   zenman
    Quote from Conrad283
    The poll has been updated to add the omissions. Sorry about the omission.
    All mine are still not there. MSN and MBA with additional study in Zen Shiatsu and shamanism. I like to diversify, lol.
  8. by   Conrad283
    Quote from zenman
    All mine are still not there. MSN and MBA with additional study in Zen Shiatsu and shamanism. I like to diversify, lol.
    You know the t-shirt "I can only please one person a day ..."

    I'm just kidding, I ran out of options, ten is the max. But it sounds like you have a nice resume.
  9. by   Christie RN2006
    I have my RN BSN and I am starting back to school in January to get my EMT certification and then someday the RN to paramedic bridge. I think mobile ICU or flight nursing would be a blast
  10. by   zenman
    Quote from Christie RN2006
    I have my RN BSN and I am starting back to school in January to get my EMT certification and then someday the RN to paramedic bridge. I think mobile ICU or flight nursing would be a blast
    I was a helicopter flight nurse picking up people off oil rigs and boats in the Gulf of Mexico and it was a blast, the vibrations, nausea, landing on boats in heavy seas, flying when the Coast Guard wouldn't go out because your navigation gear was better than theirs, jet engine problems...a real blast, lol.
  11. by   FireStarterRN
    I continue to "advance my education" through inservices and continuing education classes, however I have no plan to do so formally by obtaining a higher degree.
  12. by   Tweety
    ADN in 1992, BSN in 2007, considering going for MSN in Education.

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