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- by MCruzRN Mar 5, '10Hello 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 by luckystudentnurseRNi'd like to know the answer to this question as well
- Mar 30, '10 by sunnycalifRNI 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 : Reason: typo
- Feb 25, '11 by sainiIm also looking into applying at Azusa Pacific University LVN to BSN program and would like to know the same answer.?
- Mar 1, '11 by weluv3Is this program offered online or on campus?
- Apr 27, '11 by J*MartFrom 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.