What is the minimum education required to be a registered nurse? Maximum?
^^^^^ and how many years of study are involved? At what cost? Where would you obtain this education? (On-the-job training, junior college, technical school, college, or university?
Asked By: - 12/11/2010
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The minimum education to become an RN is an Associate Degree. This can be earned at a community college/junior college, state university, or private college- not a "career college", but the "private ones" that are usually affiliated with a religious denomination... More
Answered By: .................................... - 12/12/2010
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May be this site can help you http://mynursinghelp.com
Answered By: jacqueline - 2/5/2014
When I became a nurse in 2012 the minimum education required was an associate degree but I am not sure if this has changed. I can recommend a site to check the requirements. It’s called http://FAQnursing.com/ Have fun with your research and I am confident you will find your answers! Ray
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