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You should finish your bachelors in Health Science and apply for a direct-entry MSN. A higher degree means higher pay and better opportunities. I wish I had done that.
To the OP: This is definitely an option, but you'll need to keep your overall GPA up and make sure you have those appropriate pre-reqs done. There are also not a lot of direct entry MSN programs out there.
It looks like you still need Human Growth and Development/Development Across the Lifespan (DEP 2004 in Florida). Have you taken A&P I and II or did you take Anatomy and Physiology separately? Not that it will make a huge difference, but if you still need to take A&P II, I'd get that squared away, too.
As for schools, it really depends on the area you are looking to relocate. There are a lot of community colleges that offer strong programs, but aren't as difficult to get into as say the big schools like UCF, FSU or USF. There are quite a few private schools that are really good. There are also more Accelerated BSN programs than Direct Entry MSN programs. So, that might be something to look for, as well. Like MJT, I am also looking at attending Keiser-Sarasota for the BSN Fast Track in May 2019.