Ok! Here's the situation. I have a Bachelor's degree from a 4 year college in Psychology. I want to now get a Nursing Degree. Do I go for a ADN or a BSN? To me, it would be pointless to get a BSN because...why would I go back to college for 4 more years, when I could get a ADN and still be a RN? Do people really do that? Is there a difference in wages for ADN and BSN degrees? Do more people hire BSN's? On some of these posts I have seen that people with BSN degrees are more well-rounded. How would that be the case if I have a bachelors degree already. Basically, for 2 years, they are taking basic classes that I have already taken, right? Am I correct? I'm confused of how I would benefit from repeating these classes or going to school for 2 more years than needed. Can I still get the same kinds of jobs as someone with a BSN if I have a college degree and a ADN, or am I limited to only working for lower wages, and limited facilities because of my degree? Please help!