How Is a BS Degree with a Major in Nursing Different from a BSN Degree?

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Bachelor of Science degree (BS) offers more broad courses for example communications, natural sciences, math and physics while the Bachelor of Science in nursing degree provides students with a basic foundation in science while focusing on nursing as a specialty.
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A BS in nursing is a BSN (Bachelor's of Science in Nursing).
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