I graduated from a community college program 2 years ago and have been working as a RN since. I recently decided to go back to school and continue towards my goal of becoming a NP. As I have been researching schools I see that there are a lot of programs now offering RN-MSN. I figure by doing this program I would save a significant amount of time and money.
The one school that I seem to be leaning towards is Walden.
Does anyone know of this school and have any insight on this program?
Would there be any reason to continue on the traditional path RN-BSN-MSN that I may be overlooking...besides the fact that with Walden you do NOT gain a BSN along the way Therefore if you quit before finishing, you dont have anything to show for your effort.
Thanks in advance.