I have a BBA in Marketing. What is the fastest route to becoming an RN?
I have a bachelor's degree in business administration. Twenty years later, I'm considering a change in career and want to find out what is the shortest and least expensive route to getting an RN for me?
Hi ,<br />
You can do MBA after Graduation.<br />
MBA is good carrier option for you.<br />
Please visit this link and get more info.<br />
www.way2college.com/MBABangalore.htm .<br />
All the best
Seeing as how you have already earned your Bachelor of Business Administration, you may have a leg up on earning the degree you needed to work as an RN.
Typically you can start working as an RN as soon as you have earn your Associates Degree in Nursing, but because you have a bachelors degree you will have completed your general education requirements, which might make it easier to earn your bachelors degree in nursing. This will of course get you more money, and a high position as opposed to an associate's degree in nursing.
So, here is what I am suggesting that you do, you need to look at and contact a number of nursing schools to determine which one will be the best fit for your past education and your future goals. This way you will have a broad idea of which school will be the best fit for you.
Follow this link - Online RN degree programs - to find a list of online RN and Nursing programs. Contact as many as you like, but make sure to mention that you have you BBA and are looking to see if any of the credits will transfer. The majority of schools will be more than happy to help you decide on the shortest and least expensive method would be.
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