What Type of Doctorate is Right for Me?

You've passed the NCLEX, become a Registered Nurse, and have some work experience - now what? Maybe you are looking to level up in your career, switch from practice to teaching, or simply want to expand your knowledge of nursing. If this is the case, you may want to pursue a doctoral degree. Many people come to this conclusion, but figuring out how to start this process can be a significant challenge for many. Nursing is not a linear career; there are a multitude of ways to get to where you need...
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Nursing as a Second Career

Accelerated programs at the baccalaureate and master's levels are a growing trend in nursing education. These programs are geared toward those who have a degree in another field, and want to pursue nursing as a second career. Programs tend to be shorter than the typical four-year nursing degree, which appeals to more experienced students who would prefer to not devote four years to another degree. Joe Gale decided to be a nurse after spending several years in the agricultural sector. He i...
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