BSN to MSN Programs Graduate Programs
The BSN, or Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, is a four-year degree in the science of nursing. While only a two-year associate’s degree is required to obtain an RN (Registered Nurse), which is considered a “technical” degree, the BSN is considered to be a “professional” degree. It offers additional training in the areas of management and leadership. It may function as a platform for career advancement as well as higher-level training at the graduate level. The MSN, or Master’s of Science in Nursing, is a post-graduate degree for registered nurses. It may prepare qualified individuals for careers as a nurse educators or managers. It can also enable students to specialize in a particular area, such as geriatrics, prenatal, or psychiatric.
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