Hello to all users on allnurses.com.
I was just wondering how difficult it would be to get into the Azusa Pacific University LVN to BSN program. I recently graduated in December and have passed my NCLEX and recently saw this program online. Is it as difficult to get into as a regular nursing school, or even more difficult? Any information regarding this program would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Mar 29, '10
i'd like to know the answer to this question as well
Mar 30, '10
I don't know. But, I'll offer a guess . . . APU is a private school, quite expensive . . . so it won't be as difficult as the bridge programs at the public schools.
Last edit by sunnycalifRN on Mar 30, '10
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Feb 25, '11
Im also looking into applying at Azusa Pacific University LVN to BSN program and would like to know the same answer.?
Mar 1, '11
Is this program offered online or on campus?
Apr 27, '11
From what I understand they accept applicants on a rolling basis and then when they have enough people to fill a cohort you have to take one bridge class and then the LVN-RN classes start.
I thought of getting my LVN in case I didn't get directly into their Entry-Level Masters program, but when I went in for my interview I was advised against going this route since I wasn't already an LVN. I wasn't outright told this but it was implied that it would almost be wasteful to spend my 13 months on an LVN when I could just be applying to various RN programs in that time.
Call the school they are much easier to get info from over the phone than by emailing.
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