CNP Nursing Degrees?

Answer A certified nurse practitioner (CNP) is a registered nurse with the training and knowledge to diagnose and treat illnesses, prescribe medications and administer physical examinations. Nurse practit... Read More »

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Differences in Associate's Degrees and Bachelor's Degrees in Nursing?

Registered nurses, or RNs, work to provide treatment and education to patients in hospitals, physicians' offices and other health care centers. All nurses must pass a national licensing examination... Read More »

Working Nursing Degrees?

If you have a Bachelor of Science degree but wish to pursue a career in nursing, options are available to you. Some programs allow students to use their existing degree to obtain a nursing degree i... Read More »

How do I Rank Nursing Degrees?

According to a 2009 survey by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, or BLS, 2.6 million registered nurses currently practice in the United States, and more than 750,000 licensed practical/vocational nurs... Read More »

Nursing Associates Degrees?

Traditionally, community college and vocational schools offer two-year associate's degrees in nursing. While there aren't different types of associate degrees in nursing, it is the minimum requirem... Read More »