Hi! I graduated PJC's LPN program in 98 and am now in the RN program. I took career mobility last semester (transition for LPN's into the RN program). Then, this semester I bridged into the "generic ADN program" during Nursing Processes 3. We take NUR PROC 4 and Preceptorship in the summer and then will graduate the beginning of August. To get your ADN if you are an LPN is 3 semesters...not including any pre-reqs that you might need.
These are the pre-reqs:
A & P 1 and lab
A & P 2 and lab
Applied Microbiology and lab
Intro to sociology
A humanities class
I think that's it for PJC.
The only problem is that right now the college is not accepting new students. The ADN students that were supposed to start in Jan got pushed to Aug and there are no new LPN students being admitted this year period. The problem is there aren't enough teachers. So instead of starting new students, the teachers are concentrating on getting us through.
They, also, just started a new format with the class above us. Nursing Processes 1-4. Before it was Nursing of adults, med/surg...yada yada. So, they are trying to "get the kinks out" if you know what I mean.
I know that they added an ICU rotation. I just completed my third week (and final...we only get 3) and I think I'm in love.
Good luck with whatever you do.