I already have my bachelors. I've completed my masters coursework even. Now I'm changing paths to nursing. Both previous degrees were science degrees.
I have a few classes to take like human growth and development, general psychology, pharmacology, and a&p 2 to take other than the 4 core nursing classes. If I do this, obtain my adn in nursing and pass the nclex; would I not be considered RN-bsn or would I need to do another type of study program? Would I have to bridge even though I have a bachelor degree already? The local college with the accelerated bsn program hasn't been helpful. Just pushy to come here and take xxxxxxxxx classes. The community college would be free thanks to my act score and I can continue to work until I became overwhelmed or needed to quit. The other program is day only, farther away and I would have to pay for everything thanks to my education status. No more state funds available to me. What would you do?