I'm about to start my LPN program and plan on bridging after wards. I live in West Virginia and have been researching programs, and there are a few. However all but one is ASN. So far I have found one LPN to BSN program, which is about 8 hours from where I live.
Has anyone here taken a bridge program to BSN? I'm trying to figure out what would make more sense, even though I'm sure my situation could change by the time I get my LPN.
The BSN program sounds great, but I have a daughter and don't know how the commute would work, and don't know how well relocating would work. I could bridge to ASN then bridge to BSN. Would that take more time? Would it make more sense to bridge from ASN to MSN? (You can do that right?)
Also, do normal BSN programs sometimes let LPNs take an accelerated path?
I'm still researching things an would love some opinions and advice.