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For those of you who have gone back to school, are in school, or just plain pondering it (like me)........
Would you get a second bachelors or masters in something other than nursing?
If yes, what(other than MD)?
MPH? MSN? Post graduate teaching certificate?.......

Julie, RN, BSN, now what?????? :rolleyes:


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You want to pursue more? How about other aspect of your life? Marriage? Hobbies? Exercise? etc?

Just wondering....

Some nurses I know decide on going for an NP degree or a PhD degree.... This maybe for you....


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Julie -

It all depends on what you want to do with your life. If you want to teach outside of nsg - what do you want to teach?....if you want to stay in nsg - staff? charge? manager? clinical coord? hospital educator? nsg school prof?....if you like business - MBA? financial consultant?....if you like law - LNC? law school?

The list goes on and on. As women, our choices today are, thankfully, nowhere's near the limited choices our mothers' and grandmothers' had....

Best of luck.

Kat :)
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