My case in a nutshell... is complicated.
My undergraduate major was business and spanish (originally chemistry, but someone convinced me, young and dumb, that business would be better and open all the doors--yeah right!). I originally wanted something in the health profession but obviously things changed and my business degree clearly put me off on the wrong foot. So instead of regretting my decision, I decided to get my MS degree in Health, Exercise, and Sport Science. Now I'm trying to break back into the health world, SOMEHOW. I've been exploring nursing options but I'm trying to determine whether pursuing it would result in me having "wasted" my time in undergraduate and graduate school. Is it possible to get an RN if you've already gotten a Masters in Health Science? Would Tech be an option? Would I have to start over with schooling? I would hate to go get an associates or some other degree when I've already gotten a Masters. Does that change anything at all? If I have a Masters in another field, how would that affect getting my RN and what would I need to do to get started? If this is a viable option, I want to pursue it but I just can't seem to get answers on what my current degree will mean and what I should do. Please help!