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ASN vs ADN and another question

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Funny comment- I went to a nursing counselor appointment for a msn program and I referred to the 2 year degree as "ASN" and was told- "there is no such thing"...but then u go on many associates degree websites that say both...and we are all confused y? Lol

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CSLee3 has 10 years experience and specializes in Instructor/ER/Sports Med.

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There is no such thing as "ADN". It funny because nursing programs all refer to the ADN department or ADN program. The Degree you are pursuing is ASN or AASN. If you go to a University, you will be pursuing a BSN not BDN. See....kind of silly right. It actually takes away from the validity of the degree earned! ASN or AASN is a degree. ADN is just a generic term for 2 year associate degree program usually taught at community colleges and some universities. Hope that helps.

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