CAn you go from a two year ASN to an MSN? - page 2

I am just curious if that is possible or do you have to get a BSN first? I have seen folks go from RN-BSN-MSN etc but I just want to go in to a program that in the end will give me my MSN? Who has the scoop?:)... Read More

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    Thank you everyone for the information. I guess my first step is to get that ASN!

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    Don't get too excited about the program at Vanderbilt. First of all it is an extremely demanding program. Secondly I believe it'll cost ya about $30,000/year.
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    originally posted by tapper
    don't get too excited about the program at vanderbilt. first of all it is an extremely demanding program. secondly i believe it'll cost ya about $30,000/year.
    ewww, that is a bit pricey..
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    That's what loans and tuition reimbursement are for! :chuckle

    Seriously, the school really works hard to help with financial aid. Another source is the National Health Service Corps. A lot of the midwifery and family np students are getting their education paid for by Uncle Sam.

    I agree, Vandy's not the only Bridge program out there but they have been doing this since 1989.
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    originally posted by bonnie blue
    that's what loans and tuition reimbursement are for! :chuckle

    seriously, the school really works hard to help with financial aid. another source is the national health service corps. a lot of the midwifery and family np students are getting their education paid for by uncle sam.

    i agree, vandy's not the only bridge program out there but they have been doing this since 1989.
    thanks bonnie blue !!


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