I want to know where there are still "2 year degrees" !!
In order to get into ADN programs around here you have to have the pre-reqs done and nearly all gen-ed too which adds at least 1 year to the so-called 2 year degree. I get sick of people saying "those two year degrees"
My program pre-reqs : A&P I and II, nutrition, Dev psych, college algebra, Chem I, Micro, plus gen ed.
My friends who did the BSN only spent the last 2 of it in nursing courses- the first 2 were gen-ed and pre-reqs. That's why you can do a BSN in 14 months if you have a previous degree- all the gen ed is done.
I am NOT going to say that the programs are equal...they are different in many ways. BUT I would like people to understand the amount of time and level of work an ADN can take.