If you dont take the bachelors of science at first

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will help you get hands on experience in the medical field. If you don’t take the bachelors of Science at first, you will then need to a registered nurse to bachelors program. During this program it will take about two to three years, and will take different course like bioethics, nursing research, nursing care, and public health nursing. After completely your bachelor degree will you need to take the National Council Licensure Examination, as known as the NCLEX. Each state in the United States has different eligibility criteria, but you will need to apply for a 2
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Registered Nurse Career Guide nursing license before taking the NCLEX. Getting your bachelors in Science can take up four to six years, depending on your situation. College can be pricey with most students probably pay around $35,000-60,000 for a bachelors degree in science. Most jobs today required at least a couple years of experience, even for a entry-level job you could be looking for. As you are going to the programs for nursing, you are required to work in the field to gain practical experience to complete you degree. These nursing programs are very hands on and you learn most when you are in the field.
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