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I am wondering what more is required to get a BSN if I already have a bachelors degree in psychology and an associates degree in nursing?

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Asked by redheadamy27 Saturday Jan 10th 2009 in Online Degrees
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More than likely you will only be required to complete the remaining credits that are needed for a BSN; this is because have completed the basics of nursing with your associates degree, and your Bachelors degree will provide you with the required general education basics. This will leave you only needing to complete the required courses for a major in Nursing.

What you will need to do is contact the schools you are interested in, and find out how many of your credits you will be able to transfer. This will probably be the majority of them, but still you should contact a number of schools to see which of them will be the best fit.

Follow this link - Nursing Degrees - to find a list of online nursing degree programs. Look them over and contact the ones that you feel will best suit your personal and professional goals.

Good Luck!

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