considering nursing should carefully weigh the pros
and cons of enrolling in a B.S.N. program because,
if they do so, their advancement opportunities usually
fact, some career paths are open only to nurses with
bachelor's or advanced degrees. A bachelor's degree
is often necessary for administrative positions, and
it is a prerequisite for admission to graduate nursing
programs in research, consulting, teaching, or a clinical
Degrees, Schools & Programs
to our web site. This web site is a resources for individuals
looking to advance their career in the field of nursing.
site provides information and links to both undergraduate, graduate degree
and continuing education programs
Benefits of a Nursing Degree:
largest health care occupation, with more than 2 million
of the 10 occupations projected to have the largest numbers
of new jobs.
opportunities are expected to be very good.
are above average, particularly for advanced practice nurses,
who have additional education or training.
annual earnings of registered nurses were $44,840 in 2000.
The middle 50 percent earned between $37,870 and $54,000.
The lowest 10 percent earned less than $31,890, and the highest
10 percent earned more than $64,360.