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Nurse RN Forum – Should I go for my BSN or ADN?: Hi, working as a tech part time really n…

Hi, working as a tech part time really not much growth unless I go back to school. Making decent money $ 20 an hour, but specialty is small only working part time. Anyways nursing seems the way to go to expand my career in regards to patient care. The market is strong for RNs with BSNs. However, the ADN is cheaper and quicker to achieve. There is only 5 pre requisites for the ADN program at the local CC and 10 pre requisites for the BSN. It’s about 3 to 4 extra semesters for the BSN. Any feedback really don’t feel like being stick in college while I can be a nurse and come out with a larger debt. I just know a lot of hospital’s prefer BSNs. Was thinking of getting my ADN then my Master’s degree. I don’t mind going BSN to MSN. Just want to work as a nurse in several fields before figuring out where like to specialize in nursing. Appreciate the feedback.
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