I wanted to get an MSN degree, but I think that may come later in life. Nevertheless, I want to get a BSN degree now. I find it very difficult to determine where I should get a degree from. Schools
all seem to tout their CCNE certification, but no one talks about being regionally accredited. Even schools that are regionally accredited that doesn't mean their online RN-BSN program is, but it IS CCNE accredited.
My goal, ultimately is to teach CNA classes or some equivalent thereof (patient care tech, nurse extender, what have you.) I would also like to teach CPR and ACLS. I wouldn't mind teaching at a junior college, but only as an adjunct instructor, and I really don't need to do that. I want to get at would-be nurses when they're young--so to speak.
With what I've said, does anyone have any advice on how I should go about getting my BSN? Or any other advice you have would be greatly appreciated.