nursing associate’s degree or a baccalaureate.

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It is a common debate amongst students applying for a nursing program, whether to pursue an associate’s degree or a baccalaureate. Whichever degree they choose to take up, graduates of both are allowed to take the NCLEX, and upon passing, become RNs. So what difference does it really make to take up a degree in Nursing with more or less 120 units over a degree in Nursing with more or less 80 units?

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Bsn-AdnIt is a common debate amongst students applying for a nursing program, whether to pursue anassociates degree or a baccalaureate. Whichever degree they choose to take up, graduates ofboth are allowed to take the NCLEX, and upon passing, become RNs. So what difference doesit really make to take up a degree in Nursing with more or less 120 units over a degree inNursing with more or less 80 units?Numerically, the gap between the numbers of units should be an obvious difference. Mount St.Marys College has a three-year program for an Associate in Arts Degree in Nursing with 83un

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