RN to MSN Programs

RN to MSN programs directly bridge RNs with diplomas and associate degrees to the master's degree level (master of science in nursing degree). These type programs require licensure as a registered nurse, a certain amount of bedside work experience (usually 1 or 2 years), GRE or MAT (with minimum specified score, completed either before entry or at halfway point of program), and a GPA of 2.5 to 3.0 or higher. Specialties Educators Article


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Does anyone know if the gpa considered for admission for RN-MSN programs is the gpa from nursing school only or from your total undergrad studies?


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Hello all nurses, are you able to take MSN without passing the nclex yet?

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