Hi everyone,I'm new to the world of nursing and am deciding between getting a BSN or MSN. I have a bachelor's degree in public health and have ~two years of public health experience, 1 of which is at a state health department. I was looking at Seattle U's alternate entry MSN program, but am worried about being employed without having a BSN. Are Seattle employers okay hiring MSNs without BSNs? I understand starting out that I may not be hired for higher-level positions without that much clinical experience so I'm okay working a few years as a RN to gain that entry-level experience....but I'm worried that Seattle employers may prefer/only want BSNs.Any thoughts/advice appreciated!