Pros & Cons of a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing?

Answer To become a nursing professional, you must be educated in the field of nursing, either by obtaining an associate's degree, bachelor's degree or another similar degree. Holding a bachelor's degree i... Read More »

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What are the pros and cons of extended nursing?

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Online Nursing Pros & Cons?

According to a Sloan study of 2,500 U.S. universities and colleges, nearly four million students were enrolled in one or more online courses in the fall of 2007. Among the areas of online study inc... Read More »

Pros & Cons of Nursing Associate Degrees?

Before the late 1980s, nursing schools issued two-year diplomas for registered nurses. Today, numerous universities offer the four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing, or BSN. Would-be nurses have ... Read More »

The Pros & Cons of Bachelor's Degrees in Nursing?

All nursing professionals must have an education in the field, and there are several educational options for nurses. The most popular are associate degrees, which generally require two or three yea... Read More »