Accelerated Nursing Programs - ADN to BSN | LVN/LPN to BSN | BSN to MSN
Accelerated registered nurse programs are available at your local community college. Some associates degrees for registered nurses can be obtained in as little as 14 months.
Accelerated BSN programs are for prospective nursing students who already have a bachelors degree in another area. If you hold a bachelors degree in another area and are thinking of becoming a Registered Nurse you can expect to spend anywhere from 12-24 months in school
Another option for a non nursing bachelor degree holder is the direct entry msn or accelerated msn program. Local state and private Universities in your area may have an accelerated msn program available. Use Student Reviews Nursing Degree Search to find nursing schools with bachelor of science in nursing programs and masters degree in nursing programs
You will most likely be un able to find an accelerated degree program at the PhD level. Master level nurses wishing to obtain their PhD in nursing will most likely spend four to five more years in school.
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