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NH programs for ADN-MSN/ or BSN

Hi all! I am in my senior year of an ADN program. My goal is to go back to school for my MSN to be a NP. I am not sure what the best route is, should I bridge into an MSN program or should I go for my BSN and then MSN. I have a five year old, I will have to be working while I do this. Any tips or advice? I would love to hear from someone who has done this or has any ideas about which schools I should look into? Also I have worked as an LNA in LTC since I was 16yrs old (I am 25 now), worked as a medical assistant for 2 yrs, phlebotomy, and I did a externship this summer in an ER. Thank you so much!

I live in NH so I am interested to hear about the different programs in NH, as this will help me to decide where I will be applying and possibly to moving after i graduate this year.

What school are you currently attending now? Manchester Community College has some kind of direct entry to UNH's nursing program once you pass the NCLEX. You can finish your bachelor's entirely online.

NHTI, we have direct entry to UNH and Franklin Pierce University. Its tough to decide since I don't know where I will end up living/working? Franklin Pierce seems to have a great program! There are so many variables!

I know what you mean. If you are good with online classes (I know some people who would rather physically attend class) then that might be the way to go. I plan on finishing up through the online program after I get a job. With a full time job and a family, there is no way I am stepping foot inside another classroom...at least for a few years that is.

Good luck with whatever you choose!


Specializes in pedi, pedi psych,dd, school ,home health.

Have you looked into Rivier in Nashua? many programs very flexible!

AnnieOaklyRN, BSN, RN, EMT-P

Specializes in ED, Pedi Vasc access, Paramedic serving 6 towns.

Rivier = $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

SarahLovesNovember, BSN, RN

Specializes in Still a medic at heart but ICU, M/S, SVU.

Any RN-BSN programs that are a year long?

melmarie23, MSN, RN

Specializes in L&D/Maternity nursing.

UNH has a MSN/NP program.

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