I've taken a handful of the classes (all online, very demanding and time consuming) and I feel like I'm learning nothing, it's all busywork and nothing informative at all. I want my BSN because without it, you're looked down upon and getting a job is hard, however, I have no urge to return to bedside nursing and I won't get any more money for having it, so what's the point? It takes up all my free time to take these classes and it's expensive. I just need some motivation. Basically, BSN is just for me so I can feel like people won't judge me for being only an ADN. Anyone else felt like this too? How did you get the energy and motivation to have zero free time and do BSN and full-time work?
I am doing it because I want my BSN, so I will not be treated poorly. I could care less what people think but I do get tired of being treated like an idiot because I didn't spend 40k on a BSN right off the bat and go into tons of student loan debt. My classes are just that, classes, but it's required of me to take pointless things like statistics, which I will never use in my job.
Last edit by JZ_RN on Mar 13, '13