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

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    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
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  5. 55 Comments so far...

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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.
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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.")
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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.
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    Currently working on my RN-BSN.
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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.
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    Diploma RN and very, very proud of it.
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    I am still a nursing student but will be graduating May 2006 with an ADN.
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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.
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    I have an ASN...so I can't vote!


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