To all Tennessee nurses:
Has anyone heard about Vanderbilt's MSN/NP programs? I'm currently a student taking pre-reqs for getting my RN, but they also have a masters entry program for students who have 78 or more units of college credit, and allow you to obtain your RN in the first year (without a BSN or ADN) and then get your MSN/NP in your field of choice the second year. Do you think this is problematic...getting your RN without a BSN or ADN and then getting your MSN/NP a year later? Do you think employers
would hire a NP with little experience as a nurse? Please let me know since I have no idea!!
Thanks so much,
Michelle in CA