is getting an associate degree in nursing worth your time?
Can u get a job in nursing with an associate degree or is it better to get your bachelors? and whats the difference between associate and bachelors in nursing?
Asked By: sweetgirl - 3/3/2009
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Answered By: US_DR_JD - 3/3/2009
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An Associates in Nursing is the best 2-year degree money can buy. Only an associates is needed to become an RN. A Bachelors degree is overkill and not necessary.
Answered By: Ryan M - 3/3/2009
Ryan is absolutely right. An associate is all you need to be an RN.
Answered By: MC Wife - 3/3/2009
If you have all the prerec. classes completed prior to nursing classes, with an associate degree, you can get your license to be an RN in 2 years vs the 4 year program with the Bachelor degree. If you have your Bachelor degree, you can be an instructor or get into management of nursing. You get paid more with a BSN. If... More
Answered By: Amy G - 3/3/2009
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