LPN to BSN
Students applying for the LPN to RN track of the associate degree nursing program may, at the same time, apply for the RN to BSN accelerated track of the program (LPN to BSN track). This is a rigorous two year track. In order to progress from the associate degree program to the RN to BSN program, the student must meet all requirements for graduation from the associate degree program, have an appropriate GPA, and pass the RN licensure examination (NCLEX-RN) within 90 days of admission to RN to BSN program. Students who do not pass the licensure examination will not be able to continue in the RN to BSN program.