If you want to be a nurse, you will have a bit of future knowledge. The two most common ways to become a registered nurse are earning a bachelor’s degree in nursing science (BSN) or associate’s degree in nursing (ADN). A BSN takes about four years to complete at a college or university. A DNA program in a community or middle school takes about two to three years. After completing one of these programs, you must also pass an exam given by the local licensing administrator.
Most real nurses start by working as intern nurses in hospitals. Once you master the art of doctor’s handwriting you can move on to a better change or task management role for the doctor. After that, the intern may be promoted to nurse or chief nurse. Earn an advanced degree and you will be able to find yourself more advanced job opportunities as an assistant manager, director, vice president, or chief nurse.