RN-BS vs. RN-BSN…Is there a diff?

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I am currently looking to start a RN-BSN program in the Spring. I already hold a BS in Health Science, and just got my ASN in December. I wanted to get my BSN from the school I have my original BS from because many of the prerequisites I have already taken. But their program is RN to BS, not RN to BSN. What is the difference?? I’ve googed it, but I’m finding conflicting info. Thanks!

chare

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If the awarded degree is a bachelor's of science with a concentration in nursing, there are  no differences.

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39 minutes ago, chare said:

If the awarded degree is a bachelor's of science with a concentration in nursing, there are  no differences.

Thank you!

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