1. 0 Hi all!

    I'm currently in an LVN to RN program here in Texas. I'm wanting to get either my BSN or MSN from Western Governors University. My plan is to jump right in after my graduation this December, but is it wise to go straight for the MSN? Does it look better to be working as an RN so many years then get the MSN.

    Thoughts? Comments?

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    RN Texas has '7' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Med-Surg, ICU, education.'. From 'San Antonio, Texas'; Joined May '06; Posts: 195; Likes: 46.

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  4. Visit  rtx723 profile page
    I would say you should do it. I took the same route from lvn to MSN. It took me 8 years while working full time. It was tough but doable.
  5. Visit  crysslynn2 profile page
    what program are you doing your LVN to ADN?
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    what program are you doing your LVN to ADN?

    Martha Fessler School of Nursing at Hallmark College in San Antonio, Texas.
  7. Visit  janderson111 profile page
    Hi, I am currently looking at enrolling at Hallmark.. how do you like it?

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