What is your end goal? For me, I want to be an NP. So I am doing a post bacc RN-MSN program through Texas Women’s University. I already have a premed degree and don’t want another bachelors when I don’t plan on being a floor nurse for very long. I would not do that program if you don’t have a degree or all the requirements because it can be cheaper to go the rn to bsn route first. If you do want to end at floor nursing then just do the adn which is 2 years and rn-bsn program which is about 2-3 semesters and then be done. Don’t screw around with Mepns. At least I wouldn’t. It’s expensive and for what. The equivalent of an ADN from what I’ve been told on here. You can get that for $1500 a semester and a cc with books!! Be smart about it and know that it will take some time.
TIP*** some cc nursing school have a concurrent agreement which allows you to automatically be accepted into an rn to bsn program so you can start your courses after graduation and do not have to wait until after you pass boards. In Texas, TWU has a concurrent agreement with a lot of schools which also includes their rn to msn program. So you will automatically be accepted and can start courses after graduation. Make sure you look into that.