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Any nurses pursue master degree that is not related to nursing?

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I'm curious if anyone pursues master degree that is not related to nursing, such as engineer or psychology or anything else? And also what's the reason? Please share if you don't mind. Thank you 🙂

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LPN>Master's of Urban Planning or MPP

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In the other direction I went to school with two individuals who were going from an MBA and advanced degree divinity respectfully to BSN. 

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I have a masters in health care administration, and computer information management

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Aliens05 has 2 years experience as a ASN and specializes in IDD/Group Home.

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9 minutes ago, Neats said:

I have a masters in health care administration, and computer information management

Have you done anything with the computer information management degree? Just curious as I was considering a similar degree before completion of my ADN, however I could never find out much information about the day to day tasks associated with the degree and hours of research about it online didn't turn up much information. 

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34 minutes ago, caliotter3 said:

In the other direction I went to school with two individuals who were going from an MBA and advanced degree divinity respectfully to BSN. 

PhD in religion > bedside nursing, bless their heart, they definitely have the patience for nursing. 

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I have a Master's in Public Health (Epidemiology). Yes, still healthcare, but a different thought process/ approach on how health could/ should be managed. I wanted to be a disease investigator for the CDC. 

Could have used the degree for lots of different jobs but I ended up back in the hospital (but not a bedside nurse). I'm happy with my career path so it worked out.

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