RN to BSN and or MSN

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    I really hate asking this question because I'm sure I'm going to get all kinds of smart remarks, but I really don't care. Here goes. Does anyone know where the EASIEST place is to go to be able to go from RN to BSN and or MSN. Accreditation doesn't matter one bit. The State that I live in recently required that you have your MSN to teach a LPN program. I've been teaching close to 100 years now and feel totally competent in teaching. I don't have the time to go back to school. I would love to find a school that will be willing to almost practically give the MSN away for little to no effort. I told you. Does anyone know of any schools that are willing to give the BSN or MSN away for a song and dance???

    Can't Dance
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    Moved to Registered Nurses: RN to BSN/MSN Forum as more appropriate for this type of inquiry
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    I don't think you can get your MSN without doing the work. "little to no effort" Really?
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    Haha! This really made me roll my eyes...good for a laugh
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    Quote from wannabe187rn
    I really hate asking this question because I'm sure I'm going to get all kinds of smart remarks, but I really don't care. Here goes. Does anyone know where the EASIEST place is to go to be able to go from RN to BSN and or MSN. Accreditation doesn't matter one bit. The State that I live in recently required that you have your MSN to teach a LPN program. I've been teaching close to 100 years now and feel totally competent in teaching. I don't have the time to go back to school. I would love to find a school that will be willing to almost practically give the MSN away for little to no effort. I told you. Does anyone know of any schools that are willing to give the BSN or MSN away for a song and dance???

    Can't Dance
    Been teaching for a 100 years now? Take your pension and leave the workforce!
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    Yeah, I'm pretty sure this doesn't exist. Maybe look at foreign universities if accreditation doesn't matter?
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    Accreditation may not matter to YOU- but to any potential employer it's going to matter a LOT! And if I'm a student, and paying good money to earn my LPN - I am handicapped by your lack of interest in actually LEARNING anything.

    I am almost of the opinion that this post is made in jest.
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