UK trained, now in US...RN to BSN question. - page 2

:monkeydance:Hi all! Having been in the US for going on 2 yrs now, I am looking at possibly going for a BSN. Does anyone out there have any insight into how to get my british credentials reviewed... Read More

  1. by   ohmeowzer RN
    Quote from Kelky
    Yes, Dundee Scotland, and it is NLN accredited. www.celticscholar.com
    i am looking into this program for my BSN and noticed they also have a palitive care degree.. is that the same as the BSN? i sent for some info and hope they mail me some. is the tution reasonable? how long does their BSN program take? thank you
  2. by   ohmeowzer RN
    if i do take the BN program from dundee how will that degree read in the US, will i have BN on my application? or BSN? what do their degree read and how would i put it on my resume and badge?
  3. by   madwife2002
    Quote from kizzykatlove
    if i do take the BN program from dundee how will that degree read in the US, will i have BN on my application? or BSN? what do their degree read and how would i put it on my resume and badge?
    Just RN until it has been verified and with the CGFNS that can take a long time. They are only interested in the RN part
  4. by   suzanne4
    A Bachelor's degree in palliative care is not equivalent to the BSN in the US and will not give you the same title.

    The US wants the generalist training in all areas, and will not consider it the same as the BSN.

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