Associate of nursing and bachelor of science to bsn - page 2
I have an associate nursing degree and a bachelor of science in communication. I would like to have a bsn and think I would need a few more classes to accomplish this. I see all kinds of online and other university advertisement... Read More
- 0Oct 25, '11 by MrChicagoRNQuote from adcockrnA BSN/MSN will give you more employment flexibility. An MSN will open many more doors regarding being an instructor beyond the one school.Appreciate the input thus far! I am considering going the rn/msn route but I have small children and will probably put this big step off for a bit. The hospital I work for does not distinguish in pay an and and a bsn and they do consider my prior bs appropriate for management positions..though I am not intersted in management at this time. What I want to do is pick up an extra day as a clinical instructor and the school here requires a bsn to do this!
For you, it may be almost the same work to get one degree as the other.