BHOSP vs Quincy vs Mass vs Post-Bac

  1. I have a Bachelors and Masters in education - not a lot of science. I'm taking A&P I this semester and am trying to understand my best options. I have looked at the direct entry/accelerated programs which seem to be the same number and in some cases less credits than the associates degree programs, but I'm not sure if they would be less manageable for me (4 small children). I'm looking at Brockton Hospital school as well and I don't understand the difference between a diploma program vs an associates at Quincy or Massasoit with regards to actually getting a job. I like the sounds of the schedule at Brockton but don't know much about getting a job after graduating from there. Anyone in a similar boat choose an associates or diploma vs a post-bacc/accelerated program. Thoughts?
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  3. by   BostonFNP
    Ideally, if you plan on working in the metro area, you want to have at least a BSN, so look at those programs first!