Alright...I'm having a serious dilemma here. I'm a senior at the University of Denver and will be graduating next spring with a BA in Molecular Biology. I'm DETERMINED to go to nursing school
, but have NO CLUE what the best route is for me.
The accelerated BSN programs here are sooooo competitive and have long wait lists. It came to my attention just today that our state-wide community college system has just established an ADN program. What's the big diff between BSN and ADN if they both prepare the student for the NCLEX? If I"m planning on working full time AND going to school, is the ADN program a better fit for me? It just seems like it'd be less intensive even though it's still termed a "full load".
Part of me wants to wait a year to work and save up money and then go to a BSN program out of state...to explore my horizons per say....but that may not be an option I have due to financial issues keeping me close to home. What's my best option?