Published Aug 17, 2004
You are reading page 2 of what other degrees do you have outside of RN
B.S. Computer Science (1993 - University of Pittsburgh)
B.S. Applied Mathematics (1995 - University of Pittsburgh)
M.S. Computer Science (1999 - Lehigh University)
Associates Degree in Medical assisting.
BS in Biology worked in the medical device and pharmaceutical industry for 2 years before gettnig my bsn.
Medic2RN, BSN, RN, EMT-P
B.A. in Psychology and currently in nursing school
B.A. Communications Management (Maketing/Advertsing) & going to start my first year of Nursing Skool...
B.U.S. General Studies concentrating in Health Sciences (did 2 yrs bsn program and then a mix of health ed and communication classes)
Technical Certificate in Medical Coding
Thinking about going back and doing the accelerated bs to bsn program.
Grad Dip in Bioethics
Masters in Health Ethics
Masters in Social Health (well, give me three months!)
Next up: sociology, education, theology, and a PhD in health ethics with a nursing supervisor
BA in English. I'd originally planned to become a librarian but changed my mind...I've always worked in hospitals...started off as a clerk in a lab & made the decision to attend nursing school while in that position.
What interesting paths we have all taken!
BA in Health Services Administration. Not knowing what to do with that, I worked for a few years in Human Resources in a hospital. Now I'm getting my AA in Nursing.
para-legal certificate, RN ASN, BA-Criminology & Psychology, numerous classes for representation & labor issues within the Federal Sector
Ruby Vee, BSN
MBA -- I burned out on nursing and decided to do something really different. But by the time I graduated, I wasn't burned out anymore, couldn't take a paycut to change fields and didn't get the nurse manager job after 11 interviews!
BA in Political Science with a concentration in Soviet Studies. How useless is that?
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