Is a certificate worth it?

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    Disregard, I hadn't had enough coffee when I posted this....
    Last edit by Coffeeman on Aug 17, '04
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    Do you mean an Associate's Degree a/k/a ADN or ASN? It's not a certificate but an actual college degree. A good many of us are getting our ADN/ASN through the community college. A BSN will provide more opportunities for administrative nursing and open more doors later but the ADN/ASN, in the short run, will get you to the same place when you graduate. Many of the credits can transfer to a BSN bridge program down the road.

    Someone is mistaken. There are no certificate RN programs... at least not in the US. There are diploma programs though.

    Kathy
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    Oops, Sorry. I was confused between the NCLEX certification and the Degree program. Yes, an associates degree, though I don't know if it's ADN or ASN. Actually that clears up a lot of my questions. I've read the alleged salary differentials posted around here. ohhh boy, I need more coffee then I'll try to make sense of all of this.


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