If you truly see yourself in a "managerial role" in the future, there are better options out there than an NP program, which prepares you for direct clinical care. Unlike generalist, pre-licensure nursing programs
, graduate programs prepare you for, and pretty much lock you into, a specific clinical and professional role and path. You can't easily switch around between specialities the way generalist nurses can. I suggest you do an ABSN program, work in nursing for a while, and see what really interests you. I've known several people (and I'm sure the individuals I've known personally are not the only people in this situation) who entered nursing through a direct-entry MSN program only to find out after
they spent the time, effort, and $$$ to get prepared and licensed in a particular advanced practice role that they didn't like
doing what the MSN program had prepared them to do. Then they're stuck with a graduate degree and professional path they don't particularly want, the student loans to pay for it, and they're trying to figure out what they do
want to do, and what degree, certification, whatever, they're going to need to be able to do it. Not a happy place to be ... IMO, it's really
worth getting some actual nursing experience before making a commitment to a graduate program or advanced role. You're going to invest a lot of "blood, sweat, and tears" (not to mention the time and $$$) in any
nursing graduate program you undertake -- you might as well put some effort up front into making sure it's a degree that's going to get you where you want to be.
Best wishes for your journey!