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    associates vs bachelors. specialization hassle?

    oh that was supposed to be a smiley face
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    associates vs bachelors. specialization hassle?

    thank you, that definitely makes sense. with how many specialization's and career choices there is in nursing, its definitely something i can grow into. i'm only 20 so i have some maturing to do, so i think its best for me to go through the associates for now. its those pre req's that get me
  3. i was wondering if i go for the associates, i would still be qualified to go into specialization's like anesthesiology. i just started thinking about becoming a nurse, being male and the like has made me (or my dad) think nothing of it. but now that i see i really might want to become one, i just want some advice on to whether i can get into the same specialization's with an associates as to that of a bachelor's. are there any limitations between the two. i hear the pay is not far off...so i just want to see what the true advantages towards going through the four year would bring.
  4. i was wondering if i go for the associates, i would still be qualified to go into specialization's like anesthesiology. i just started thinking about becoming a nurse, being male and the like has made me (or my dad) think nothing of it. but now that i see i really might want to become one, i just want some advice on to whether i can get into the same specialization's with an associates as to that of a bachelor's.
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    Associates vs Bachelors

    i'm wondering, would i still be able to get into specialization like the anesthesiology thing if i only go for the associates? or would it be more of a hassle?