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    Ok allnurses fam, I'm seeking advice regarding this matter. I graduated from nursing school in May 2011 with an Associate degree. Alot of jobs are requiring a BSN. my problems is that I have 2 Bachelor degrees already from my previous career. I think it would be crazy to have 3 bachelor degrees! Do anyone have in any info on a RN to MSN online program thats cheap and reasonable or should I just do the RN to BSN? I'm so tired of SCHOOL!!! lol
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    There are some very good BS-in-anything-to MN programs. Your current RN will be helpful and get you out of some of the coursework. The Mass General Institute of Health Professions is one-- check it out. Don't do an online program-- I know I'll get flak for saying so, but you'll get a lot more out of a real brick-and-mortar school with actual interpersonal interactions.
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    Aspen University offers an online RN-to-MSN program that has a reputation for affordability.
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    Thank yall soooo much!!!
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    Wilmington university in delaware has an online RN-MSN program with the option of getting your MSN is leadership, practitioner, healthcare administration (nursing management) and health care administration (business).
    Here is the link to their program: RN to BSN | Online Degree Program | Wilmington University
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    Quote from zoe92
    Wilmington university in delaware has an online RN-MSN program with the option of getting your MSN is leadership, practitioner, healthcare administration (nursing management) and health care administration (business).
    Here is the link to their program: RN to BSN | Online Degree Program | Wilmington University
    Or you could look at university of delaware's program. I'm doing the traditional program but I think you'd need to speak with Anne decaire. Hope that helps

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    A few schools around here offer RN-MSN in the classroom. Take a look around at your local schools, it seems RN-MSN programs are becoming much more popular
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    Or you could look at university of delaware's program. I'm doing the traditional program but I think you'd need to speak with Anne decaire. Hope that helps

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    The only thing about University of Dealware's RN to MSN is that it is for people who have an associates but no sort of bachelors degree. The OP already has two bachelors degrees.
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    Thank so much!
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    UD has an accelerated BSN program that runs for 17 months... thats what I was referring to in my second post

    University of Delaware I College of Health Sciences I School of Nursing - Traditional Undergraduate Program


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