I have graduated from a university outside of US with BA degree. Now I want to study for a BSN degree. I want to ask why most people choose a 4 year traditional BSN program instead of get a ASN in a community school ,then study a RN-BSN program? Since the second way might only need 3 -4years and also get a Bachelor degree. In addition the tuition will be much cheaper and you can work while you study the RN-BSN program. So is there any reason I did not noticed? maybe the bachelor degree from RN-BSN program is different from traditional BSN? Or the passing rate of a register nursing test is very low in community school? etc.