I have a B.A. in History and am completing an ADN. It is much cheaper for me to go this route than the 2nd degree BSN (tuition is about 1/3) and since I'm older (30) and need to work full-time, this is the best method.I had originally planned to graduate and start working (hopefully in critical care or ER) and then pursue an RN-to-BSN (and have my employer foot the bill through the tuition benefits that most places offer) and then eventually pursue my MSN in Anesthesia. I am also interested in ACNP/CNS in Critical Care. Then a thought occured to me, since I already have a Bachelor's and will already have an RN, would it be possible to do some sort of combined BSN-MSN for ACNP/CNS and then if I choose pursue CRNA later? I figure, the ACNP/CNS could only enhance my abilities as a CRNA and offer me the opportunities to practice in another setting as well (I'm considering mission work overseas, so it makes sens to be as well rounded as possible), and I may find out that I want to just stick with ACNP/CNS.Any ideas if that is possible/feasible? What would you have to do to get a BSN-MSN if you already had a BA and an RN? I've seen the RN-BSN and Direct Entry MSN, but these both seem geared towards the person who either 1) has an RN, but no Bachelor's degree or 2) has a Bachelor's degree but no RN. What about someone who has an RN AND a Bechelor's degree, but not a BSN?