Hi! I also have a B.S. in Psychology, but went the ADN route. I decided to do the ADN route because I worked full time while going to nursing school
, plus I had all the electives completed from my previous bachelor's degree. I went in two years, but at the same time it was mainly part-time. I have a lot of loan debt from my B.S, but not from nursing because of the ADN route with fewer classes....
I think it's up to the time you have available, financial reasons, etc...a BSN could always be completed later on once you get your feet wet with your ADN.
Angie, RN, BS (that SHOULD count, ha!)