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LPN to RN Programs

LPN's are finding opportunities to become an RN via completing an associate program or earning their bachelors from LPN to BSN programs.

As you may know there is more than one way to transition from an LPN to an RN. In fact educational institutions have various types of choices available. The best thing to do is use our directory to find nursing schools you are interested in and then contact them to learn more about the specifics of what they each have available, their specific requirements, how much it will cost, how long it will take, and what they expect from you to get started.

Keep in mind colleges and universities may change what is offered meaning a school that formerly provided a transition program may no longer offer it. And vice versa a school may begin to offer new degree paths at any time. So check each place of interest to learn more and compare all of your educational options.

Earn Your RN (Associate of Science Degree (AS) in Nursing)

Earn Your BSN (Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing)

Earn Your Paramedic to RN (AS) in Nursing

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Case Study

We will do a simple "case study" on some of the different LPN to RN and BSN options available.

The College Network® offers an LPN to RN Program allowing a person to earn an Associate of Science Degree in nursing without quitting their job. Earn your Associates in Nursing (ADN) Online in 12-18 months from NLNAC Accredited Excelsior College. Earn your degree and gain your LPN license in ½ the time and cost of traditional programs with No Waiting List and No Classroom Attendance. Learn More.

Everette Community College as the second oldest associate degree program in Washington state, EvCC's nursing program has been preparing students and LPNS to be registered nurses since 1950. Graduates of our accredited program receive an Associates in Arts and Sciences in Nursing degree.

Indiana State University is rated one of the best colleges in the Midwest by The Princeton Review and offers the nation's ONLY Online LPN-to-BSN or LVN to BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing). Earn your NLNAC-accredited degree in
½ the time and cost of traditional programs with NO WAITING LIST and locally precepted clinicals. Increase your pay, secure your position, earn more respect by earning your BSN. Learn More.

This was just a quick overview so you can better understand what is available to earn a degree. You should consider the pros and cons of associate's degrees verses a bachelor's degree and how each alternative may help you best reach your short term and long term goals.

As you can see you have many choices to go back to school so do your homework before making a final decision!

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