Is a BSN worthy? Please read , I really need an opinion!! - page 2
I have a question and would like all answers I can get !!! I did al my requierements for my RN I only need to taker my TEAS and I am ready to apply, however; this morning at work some rep. from the... Read More
Nov 30, '12I agree with earlier post- Check out State Schools. The programs usually run about 2 years for a fraction of the cost.
The BSN Degree is worth the time as you will start out of school making much more than you would as an RN. (What is the Average Salary for a Nursing Graduate with a BSN? ) Also, many hospitals are beginning to only hire BSN's for Nurses. (There are many Threads on allnurses.com. Just search Hospital BSN Only) Plus you will have the added advantage of being able to move on to Graduate School and Specialize in your passion.
SO- BSN Degree- "YES!" but Chamberlain College- an emphatic "NO!"