Wow, reading your post was freaky! I have a BA from UCSD in Human Development as well! When did you graduate? I graduated in 2003. I was going to be a teacher with my degree but after working with other people's children I decided nursing would be a better career for me. So here I am, a student at a JC trying to get my ADN. Kind of backwards! =)
I had the same question as you did, would I get paid more for my Bachelor's? I don't know the answer but I'm hoping maybe just a penny more? I'm considering going to get another bachelor once I am an RN through a step-up program but I don't know if this is necessary. However I do know if I plan to get my masters then I'll have to get my BSN unless I go to UCSF for my master's (they do not require your BSN for a master, any BA/BS will do).:icon_roll
How funny that we both had the same major @ UCSD. There are two other girls who are pre-nursing at Grossmont and graduates from UCSD in the same boat as me, one had a Bio degree and the other Cog Sci.
I wish UCSD had a nursing major darn it! I might have made my decision a lot earlier! hahaha
Best of luck!