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What degree is higher MS or MSN?


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2010-08-17 00:58:02
2010-08-17 00:58:02

They are pretty much the same thing, depending on your locale.

Masters of Science with a major in Nursing could be considered MS (c major in nursing) or MSN.


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There is very little difference between an MS and an MSN in nursing. Both of them are Master of Science in Nursing. An MS is geared more towards academics while the MSN is geared more toward practice.

In higher education, an MS is a master in science degree.

A master of science in nursing (MSN) is an advanced-level postgraduate degree for registered nurses and is considered an entry-level degree for nurse educators and managers.

The Master of Science degree is a higher degree than the Bachelor of Science degree. The BS degree is a standard undergraduate degree awarded after 4 years of college study. The MS degree is generally awarded after 2 additional years of study beyond the BS. Most holders of an MS degree had already earned the equivalent BS degree and continued on to get the MS degree.

Within higher education, the MS stands for a master's of science degree which is a general degree type from which many specific programs of study (majors) fall.

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Typically, it is a masters of science (MS) degree.

Master of Science A Bachelor of Science is the basic 4-year college degree. The MS degree is a higher level of study but not as high as a PhD. For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section indicated below.

The period taken to complete a ms degree is about 1year

MSN Stands For Microsoft Network MS=Microsoft N=Network(ADDED BY OTHER USER)Or;MicrosoftSocialNetworking

ms (By research) is considered equivalent to first class M.E degree in teaching profession

AnswerA BSN is a Bachelors degree in the Science of Nursing, and the MSN is a masters....Masters degree takes nursing you have ASN(Associate), BSN(Bachelors), and MSN(Masters)...hope this helps BSN is 4yrs of studying and MSN is 6yrs. BSN degree, you are the highest nurse and with MSN, you can see pts and even prescribe them Rx almost like a MD.Answer-BSN is Bachelor degree in Nursing will only get you so far in nursing field today while MSN is Master degree in nursing provides the chance to enhance the career. By MSN degree you can move into a senior or advanced practice position in nursing. Master's programs are just what registered nurses need to take their careers to the next level.

it could mean marks and spencers or msn

An MS is a Masters degree in Science. An LLM degree is an advanced law degree for people who already have an LLB in law.

The bachelor's degree is the higher degree.

MS or MSc stands for Master of Science

Within the United States, the degree required for lawyers is a Juris Doctor (JD), not an MS.

An MS is a Master of Science degree. People who study in the fields of science, medicine and engineering usually receive them.

A doctor's degree is higher than a master's degree.

It could mean a number of things. Could be a master of science degree in nursing (MSN). no it stand for micsoft social networking

M.Sc is done usually after B.Sc degree whereas an MS degree is done after any degree be it B.Tech, B.E or anything else. The reputation attached to MS is more than M.Sc ,, or the two might be the same as well

A nurse with a master's degree may or may not be a nurse practitioner. THere are other specialties requiring an MSN.

MS= Masters of Science MA= Masters of Arts

MS or MA, depending on the degree.

Masters degree is higher then an Associate degree.

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