What is the difference between the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) nursing program and the Nevada State College nursing program?
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CSN offers a two-year Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. An associate degree in nursing prepares students with the knowledge and skills to care for individuals or groups in a structured setting and to manage and lead unlicensed personnel. Nevada State College offers a four-year Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. This degree gives students the skills for comprehensive care of individuals and groups with complex and unpredictable needs. In addition, it prepares students with management processes and leadership skills to promote change and improve nursing care. Students will need a BSN if they want to earn a Masters degree in Nursing (e.g., nurse practitioner, nurse educator).