Published Mar 23, 2003
They are looking for a new Director at my agency. Have said the director will need a Masters Degree. I know that there are other agencies where the administrator does not hold a Masters.
I believe my adm. has her BSN.
our DPS just got her masters within the past 18months.
Masters. They are pushing for everyone to have BScN's here, so it makes sense that mgmt have Masters...
nursesearl, BSN, RN
Masters. Our county agency is also pushing for all BSN's.
NRSKarenRN, BSN, RN
VP of Nursing has BSN
CEO has Masters
renerian, BSN, RN
The agency I left mandated a PHD in Business, not nursing.
CardioTrans, BSN, RN
My director has a BSN
To those who answered Masters...in Business, Public Health, or Nursing?
MASTERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
Masters in Nursing
In my agency, there is no administrator, just managers. I have more education and experience than any of them, but I can't stomach the unethical requirements of administration. I've "been there; done that!" Usually they put MANY requirements for the positions when they advertise, but the truth is, the position is given to the first sucker dumb enough to apply. Usually that is someone from outside. Anyone already working and seeing what the positions really is like, knows they don't want it, so have probably already turned it down!
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