I am currently enrolled in an Associates Degree CMA program, but in the Fall of 2012, I will be accepted into a LPN diploma program (12 months.) I like the CMA program thus far, so I don't really want to drop it. I was thinking of taking the evening courses of the LPN program, so that I can do both at the same time. However, I think that might cause an information overload. Another thing is that in the Fall of 2013 I will be starting an Associates Degree Nursing program, so I was thinking I would just hold off on the LPN program since I will be taking RN classes a couple of months after I graduate. Also, I would have two Associate Degrees which I suppose I can add to my resume and make my achievement wall look more impressive, and a chance for employment on a national level. The LPN program would prepare me for the RN program perhaps a bit more though. What do you think?