Why do nurses need a master's degree?

Answer In order to become licensed as a registered nurse (R.N.), ayou need to earn an associate degree in nursing (A.D.N.) or a bachelor's of science in nursing (B.S.N.) and pass a standardized national e... Read More »

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Do you need a masters degree before you can get a Ph.D?

Masters and doctoral degrees are two different degree programs. While some pursue a master's degree first then go on to get their doctoral degree, you can enroll in a doctoral degree program once y... Read More »

Need to find grants for adults to get an online Masters degree?

Unfortunately, Pell Grants do not exist once someone graduates with their first Bachelor's degree. There are scholarships out there, but they are limited in number. There is the possibility of a Gr... Read More »

How many years of college do you need to get a masters degree in pediatrician?

Approximately 700 or an average of 14 per state. Pediatric Surgeons can be found in Children's Hospitals or very large Community Hospitals in large cities.

Do you need a masters degree to become an adoption consultant in the state of New Jersey?