Whats the difference between a Degree in nursing, a Bachelors in Nursing and a Diploma?
what is the difference between the 3? i dont understand. can someone give me the meanings of them please?
Asked By: ηicole - 4/1/2011
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There are two basic degrees you can earn in nursing to become a Registered Nurse (RN); the Bachelor of Science degree or an Associate Degree (which can be an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) , an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing (AAS) , or simply an Associate Degree (ADN). A Diploma is from a course of... More
Answered By: just juli - 4/1/2011
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A bachelors is a college degree (usually 4 years but I don't know how many years for nursing). A diploma is not that hard to get and isn't as helpful in getting a job as a bachelor's degree from an accredited nursing program. A diploma might not make you qualified (depending on what the employer is looking for).
Answered By: nanabanana - 4/1/2011
there is an RN which is an associates in nursing you can get that at a community college and then you can get your bachelors in nursing which you get at a university. also there is a cna which is just an assistant to the nurses but that is usually a one semester program at a community college and you receive a... More
Answered By: NIK - 4/1/2011
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