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Education of nurses - page 6

Now I know this may upset some but... I think that all nurses should be BSN prepared at minimum, and all LPN, ASN, and diploma programs should be eradicated. My reasoning for this? How many other... Read More

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    Quote from RNlove17
    What about if you already have a Bachelor degree, but not a "BSN" and you have an ADN? Will they count? Or do you have to spend 2 years taking useless liberal arts courses AGAIN? Seems a waste of time and money if you ask me, since the person has already proved their intelligence by obtaining that degree level. If one already took all those general ed studies and received a degree for it, why do it again just because it doesn't say OF NURSING on it? I'd personally rather go get my Masters degree in something than a 2nd Bachelors.
    I know at my facility a BS will count but not a BA.