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    Hi I just got accepted to LACC for the ADRN program but i dont want just my associates degree i want to go all the way for my masters. Do any of you know if i will have to transfer to another school to get my BSN and then to my MSN? And which school would be best? Please help.
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    Well, the good thing about obtaining your ADN is that you'll take the NCLEX after 2 years, as opposed to 3 or more (for the BSN). At least that's the way I see it.

    Once you have your RN; CSUDH (as well as some other local universities) have accelerated BSNs or RN-BSN programs available.

    What have the instructors at your program suggested?
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    Once you get your RN, you could also do an RN-MSN track. Look into schools that offer that. You can bypass the BSN completely. One of my professors went that route.
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    thank you she hasnt been much help she just said to wait until im at that moment so i can talk to her about it.
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    i will definitely look into that route to see if it works for me thank so much i really appreciate it

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