Beside time and money, what is the difference or benefits of a 4 year college for nursing or is there no difference. why...
Dec 23, '05
Daytonite: Since you were replying about everyone who posted in this thread's perspective, I'd like to reply and state that I stand behind my post
We, the posters in this thread are not jealous, bigoted ADN's that are talking trash.
I am currently in school, 1st year of an ADN program and I chose this route because the community college is 20 minutes away and is only $90 a credit. The BSN program that I consider to bridge to is 2 hours away and cost nearly $400 per credit. Hhmm, I like to save my money and spend time with my kids. I will look for other RN-BSN on-line options. I think it makes far more sence for me to get my RN at the most affordable cost for my family. This "cesspool of thinking,"does not make me or anyone else a "nasty ADN."
Last edit by S.N. Visit on Dec 23, '05