Hello ladies and gents,
Just wanted to know how many of you decided to go to LVN school and then transition to a Rn program and then on to get your BSN/MSN?
Also, did you regret taking that route?
Thanks for your input!
May 28, '04
I've got the CNA, am working on the ADN, and will then immediately start the BSN as I've already finished all the lower division requirements for that degree. MSN? I don't know, I'm feeling a little burned out now after all the classes I've already taken. I think once I have the BSN (at age 38...) I'm going to focus on getting some work experience and enjoying the life I haven't had for five years now !! Oh and do I like this route? It's definitely what works best for me and my family, it wouldn't have been possible for me to go off to a university and immerse myself in a full-time 4 year BSN program, I'm not 18 anymore and have more day-to-day responsibilities than most students right out of high school, ie being more available to my daughter, that take precedence over such a route. So, it may take me longer this way, but I'm just thankful I have the opportunity (living in a more rural area) at all!
Last edit by mariedoreen on May 28, '04