I chose an ASN program - two days a week the first year, and three days a week the second year. I just started, but love it - I would not have been able to attend school five days a week. I need the time home to study, and be with my family.
I will continue with a BSN program
Once I graduate, but it's mostly online - so I'll be able to work as an RN while working towards my BSN. Or I might go straight from ASN to MSN, not sure yet. GA State offers a bridge program.
I'm very happy with my decision, my family is my number 1 priority, and so this works for me.
I plan to work as a PCT after my first year in nursing school
- this will help me get my foot in the door, and hopefully get a job fast.