Whats the advantage to having a BSN or Masters of Science Nursing degrees?
A. Advanced degrees allow for expanding nursing research and practice. Each degree affords the nurse more autonomy and authority in a wider variety of practice settings. For example, a bachelor’s degree in nursing is required to be a school nurse. To teach in a nursing program, you need a master’s degree and in many cases, a doctoral degree. A master’s of science nursing can be very useful in helping you to further your career.
- Can you have a bachelor’s in nursing, BSN, and a non-nursing master’s, such as in another focus like health administration, and be accepted into the DNP program?
- What advantage does the IFP Program present over other Master of Science degrees in Management?
- How does the Master of Nursing (MN) degree compare to a BSN and MSN?