Risking sounding like an idiot... here goes:
I want to do something involving the military, whether that be military intel/ intelligence analyst or a nurse. Most likely nurse, but I have a few questions if anyone can help me out!! I am looking at becoming an RN at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville's nursing.
1. What exactly is the difference between a military nurse and a civilian nurse that works on the base, can you be a civilian nurse working on a base?
2. is my BSN enough?
3. Can anyone enlighten me on what EXACTLY the military nursing experience is like.. are you always with the military? how do you choose a branch? what do you usually do?
Apr 30, '10
by keegs13, CNA
Thank you for all the responses so far,they are really helping to guide me - i have a few more:
1. with a BSN, would i be able to do ICU, or is further education required, if i do get experience working/volunteering at a hospital on campus or near by?
2. Personally, what degree would you recommend?
Last edit by keegs13 on Apr 30, '10