Accelerated BSN vs traditional BSN? - page 2
Hello I have a BS in biology and was planning on appying to accelerated BSN programs this summer, with the intention of eventually earning my MSN. I was curious if masters programs prefer students... Read More
Dec 11, '09Quote from airozenthis is absolutely a possibility. I am currently in one of these programs.Actually, what I'm looking to do is a bridge program to MSN without getting a BSN. Apparently, this is a possibility, if one already has a bachelor's degree.
UMDNJ had a program, but I can't find any other schools that offer it; I'll call Rutgers tomorrow and find out. They don't advertise this on the UMDNJ website--seems like they keep this option low profile; maybe they want students to come to their other programs rather than attend community colleges? Any thoughts, anyone?
If you are willing to go to school in New England, there are a handful of schools that offer such programs.
Dec 11, '09I believe you still earn a BSN through a masters bridge program, but it's just all incorporated. Instead of doing a BSN then applying to a different MSN program, youre doing both in one straight shot.