RN to MSN timeline

  1. hi all, i was wondering if anyone knows approximately the amount of time it would take to go from rn to msn.. as opposed to rn to bsn? i understand that there are bsn courses included in the msn if i'm not mistaken.

    i think it's important not to let sciences yet past 7 yrs. old would roughly 2 yrs for each program be close?

    thanks
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  2. 2 Comments

  3. by   DIPLOMATICRN4HIRE
    Depending on how hard you persue it , it should take 2 yrs if you have all the other classes out of the way. There are many that now offer the majority of classes online, and you can pick up the pre-reqs at your closest college and do your clinicals within your area, there is alot of choices out there, best thing to do is research the area your in and see what is available.
    Good luck to you
    I am doing it now
    Zoe
  4. by   Mkue
    originally posted by itsjustmezoe
    depending on how hard you persue it , it should take 2 yrs if you have all the other classes out of the way. there are many that now offer the majority of classes online, and you can pick up the pre-reqs at your closest college and do your clinicals within your area, there is alot of choices out there, best thing to do is research the area your in and see what is available.
    good luck to you
    i am doing it now
    zoe
    zoe, thanks so much for replying, you've given me some direction here ! good luck with your program.

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