Poll for RN's: Do you have an ADN or BSN?

  1. 0 note: this thread is not intended for a discussion concerning the pros and cons of the 2 year degree vs. the 4 year degree. this has been/is being discussed at length in several other threads (and on several other websites).

    i am simply curious to find out what per cent of registered nurses have obtained a diploma, an associates degree, or a bachelors in nursing.

    heck, you don't even have to reply, just vote

    thanks!!
    Last edit by Ekklesia on Jul 8, '07
  2. Poll: Your current level of education is:

    • Diploma

      9.28% 40
    • ADN/ASN

      48.03% 207
    • BSN

      42.69% 184
    431 Votes
  3. Visit  Ekklesia profile page

    About Ekklesia

    From 'o-HI-o'; 45 Years Old; Joined Jun '05; Posts: 110; Likes: 7.

    55 Comments so far...

  4. Visit  KatieBell profile page
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    No Debate, just saying I'm surprised that the majority of voters are BSN. I would have thought the majority of grads are from ADN programs. Maybe it's just where I'm from.
  5. Visit  elkpark profile page
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    (Picky detail: 3 year hospital schools grant diplomas, not certificate. There's no such thing (in the US) as a "certificate nurse.")
  6. Visit  Ekklesia profile page
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    Quote from elkpark
    (Picky detail: 3 year hospital schools grant diplomas, not certificate. There's no such thing (in the US) as a "certificate nurse.")
    Oops! Sorry about that :imbar

    You're right. Unfortunately It's too late to change it.
  7. Visit  Ari RN profile page
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    Currently working on my RN-BSN.
  8. Visit  sirI profile page
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    Quote from Gaylord Focker
    Oops! Sorry about that :imbar

    You're right. Unfortunately It's too late to change it.
    Your poll has been edited to list "Diploma" as a choice.
  9. Visit  suzanne4 profile page
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    Diploma RN and very, very proud of it.
  10. Visit  rrepass profile page
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    I am still a nursing student but will be graduating May 2006 with an ADN.
  11. Visit  Schoolnursetrish39 profile page
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    I have an ADN but at my college it is an Associate of Science in Nursing to be able to transfer. Looking to get my BSN or more.
  12. Visit  SFCardiacRN profile page
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    I have an ASN...so I can't vote!
  13. Visit  elkpark profile page
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    Quote from suzanne4
    Diploma RN and very, very proud of it.
    Just for "the record," I, too, am (and always will be) a very proud diploma nurse! Since then, though, I have also completed a BSN and MSN.
  14. Visit  GooeyRN profile page
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    ADN here, former LPN and CNA
  15. Visit  nesher profile page
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    What if you have both?

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