My Master's is in Human Relations, a little known break off of psychology. I earned it at Oklahoma University--but I heard once that there were schools
in California that also offered the program.
There were two tracks: chemical dependency and professional psychology. I wanted to do them both, and I still think I should have been able to, but it wasn't permitted by the battle ax that ran the psych part of the program, so I became a marriage and family therapist, which I still am today.
Helpers come in all shapes. I think I was called to nursing, in the true spiritual sense, but the rest of me was already on the slippery slope!
I could've done a masters entry program, it seems, but I'm glad I chose the ASN instead. I can transition easily enough--been looking at a site (which is mostly broken--boring story--but has some very good info) called allnursingschools.com.
I've been happy doing almost anything I trained to do. Stuff I got stuck with because I couldn't do anything else (file clerk for an insurance company right after high school), that stuff I hated and it made me crazy.
Do you have a non=nursing Master's or a bachelor's or what? What brought you here (to nursing)?