Overcoming the Barriers to Achieving a BSN: Part 2
If you're a nurse with an associate's degree in nursing (ADN) or a diploma, you may be thinking about earning a bachelor's of science in nursing (BSN) degree. Perhaps you got fired up by reading part 1 of this article in March 2014, which outlined why a BSN is important and how to overcome the common barriers to earning this degree. If you're ready to take the next step, this article will help prepare you to take a real-world approach to selecting a nursing degree completion program in an organized, efficient way. You can use the information provided here to shop for a program that meets your criteria for becoming the best nurse you can be.
Stalter, A. M.,
Keister, K. J.,
Ulrich, D. L.,
& Smith, S. J.
(2014). Overcoming the Barriers to Achieving a BSN: Part 2. Nursing, 44 (4), 46-49.