August 28, 2017
Posted by: David Sands
At its core, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is similar to an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), but a BSN makes you eligible for additional opportunities not available to ADN holders. For those aspiring to become registered nurses (RNs), here are some advantages of a BSN compared to an ADN degree.
BSN graduates can also segue into leadership positions in other fields, including pediatrics, gynecology, surgery, oncology, diabetes or psychiatry.
Earning a BSN degree has never been easier than with University of Maine at Fort Kent’s RN to BSN program. Our program is designed to be flexible and responsive – within the constraints of curriculum, university and accreditation requirements – to individual student needs while incorporating quality educational theory.
Traditional, accelerated and online program options are available to provide optimal flexibility to cater to the unique scheduling constraints of a diverse and often times busy student body. Contact University of Maine at Fort Kent today to enroll in our BSN program and start your new career in nursing within two years!