Re: what is the difference in pay
From all of my research, and trust me I have done extensive research, there won't be much of one if any in the beginning. The only thing will be that as an RN you won't be able to hold certain jobs that a BSN can. Long term however, considering the fact that BSN's have even more opportunities than RN it makes sense to go on. I know where I live they have a RN to MSN program, and as soon as I can, I'm there!!! I chose RN instead of BSN because I have a 3 year old, and the RN program is closer to home and so are the clinical sites. Are you an RN currently??