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What does an RN with a Master's degree do that an RN with a bachelor's degree can't do?

Ronald Miller

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Timothy Norman on September 17, 2018

If you mean a Registered Nurse Master's degree. Masters education includes the study of concept, theory, and research. In addition, a master's degree provides advanced features of preparation for nurses and nurse anesthetists. So, master's degree qualifies for the in-depth study and academic tasks as well as the management tasks, at the top of the nursing license. A bachelor of science degree in nursing degree prepares you to work in any number of environments of the community, as it prepares for the master's degree. With a bachelor's degree in nursing qualifies you to sit for the NCLEX-RN exam, which you must pass to obtain a nursing license.

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