10 Reasons a BSN degree can help you meet the future of nursing head on

By: ECPP_John Koenig


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,  nearly 2.8 million registered nurses are employed throughout the country, making nursing the largest health care sector in the country. When choosing an appropriate educational path potentially to enter the field, prospective students have two typical options: an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN).

Associate degrees traditionally take up to two or more years to complete, while bachelor’s degree programs usually require four years of full-time coursework to finish. When contemplating the pursuit of a nursing degree or even a career change within the field, consider the following ten reasons for earning a BSN:


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