where to study to become an LPN

  1. I live in Maryland close proximity to D.C. and I would like to know where there is an institution that teaches the LPN course in 12mths instead of two years at the community colleges.Hope someone will respond.
    Thanks.
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  2. 5 Comments

  3. by   Drysolong
    I am not in Maryland, however, my understanding is that most LPN programs are 1 year (mine is - 4 quarters). It is completing the prerequisites that add the additional time. Have you completed any prerequisites (and all schools are different) My school's prereqs were
    Anatomy & Physiology; Medical Terminology, Nutrition and Diet Therapy, Psychology, Math (ALgebra & Math with meds), English 191 and Computer Intro/literacy class
  4. by   SmilingBluEyes
    Hey there; I moved this thread to the Student Nursing Forum, in hopes you get more replies and help here. Good luck to you.
  5. by   marieann
    Are there any vocational school in maryland or Washington D.C. that offers the LPN course.











    Quote from Drysolong
    I am not in Maryland, however, my understanding is that most LPN programs are 1 year (mine is - 4 quarters). It is completing the prerequisites that add the additional time. Have you completed any prerequisites (and all schools are different) My school's prereqs were
    Anatomy & Physiology; Medical Terminology, Nutrition and Diet Therapy, Psychology, Math (ALgebra & Math with meds), English 191 and Computer Intro/literacy class
  6. by   truern
    http://www.allnursingschools.com/fin...=Find+a+School

    Not sure of the location, but here are two school in Maryland that offer LPN programs..
  7. by   marieann
    I AM CLOSER TO D.C. SO THOSE TWO COLLEGES ARE TOO FAR AWAY. THANKS ANYWAY.




    t sure of the location, but here are two school in Maryland that offer LPN programs..[/QUOTE]

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