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rn to bsn or rn to msn?

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by vinczter vinczter (New) New

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i am lost! i searched and searched but to no avail! i am more lost as more information i seem to gain!

i will graduate this may with adn in a local community college and deciding whether i should finish my bachelor's in general studies (all i need is 5 classes in order to graduate in uconn) then go to a rn-msn prog OR after adn go to a bsn prog which might take me 1.5-3 yrs more then go to msn.

if i am to take the former, is it competitive or hard to get into an msn prog? with only an adn with a bs in another degree without any nursing experience? (never worked in any health care setting before - i work in a casino).

lastly, can you be so kind enough to recommend a suitable institution?

thank you all in advance!

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I am doing the RN-MSN program at Walden University, all online. It's for ADN-MSN. It's 3 years, one class at a time. Not hard at all. I am half way through my first year. I recommend it, good luck!

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