LVN to BSN university ot phoenix

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    i will be finishing the lvn program in october 2009, i'm going to continue my education and become an rn. i found out that the uop has a program for lpn to bsn, has any one here attended this program or one like it? if so what were the pre-reqs? how long did it take? how much did it cost?
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    The program only has rn-bsn route
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    Hi

    There is a LVN to BSN program in California and some other states have the LPN to BSN. I too am considering enrolling in this program. The cost is 450 dollars per unit in California. I can email you the info that I got.

    Nikki
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    Can you please email the info as well? Thanks a lot
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    try excelsior.. they have both an online lpn-rn and lpn-bsn
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    Quote from NICUrn2B
    Hi

    There is a LVN to BSN program in California and some other states have the LPN to BSN. I too am considering enrolling in this program. The cost is 450 dollars per unit in California. I can email you the info that I got.

    Nikki
    Can you e-mail me the info as well?

    Thanks
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    I have been an LVN/LPN for 24 years now. I have 14 months until I complete my degree( Sept 1,2010)!!

    UOP 'recommends' a base of knowledge before you begin the LPN to BSN RN program. They evaulate any college credits you have and set up a curriculum to attain your degree. It takes 3 years for most LPNs.

    It is very demanding. You have class one nite/week for 4 hours so you cover 15 weeks in 5 weeks. Some nursing classes will even be 7 weeks of class.

    You will do lots of research and homework. Lots of people work 30-40 hours plus class and clinicals w/ some classes.

    If you are serious about attending, I recommend buying HESI exam study guides, Pren-hall study guides, Mosby, Kaplan, NCLEX RN. Critical thinking skills are crucial.

    ........so think about and good luck!!
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    Look below...I sent a longer reply!
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    I looked into this program. They only offer it at the Modesto campus (in CA). You go in once a week for theory, and I think clinicals are on the weekend? Not too sure on that point. But you can do the clinicals where you are. You have to have 6 months of full time working experience as an LVN, which is what got me. I can't find a decent LVN job anywhere. I'm not sure on tuition pricing. They also have a 2 year waiting list.
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    I am doing this program too in Phx AZ and luv it I will grad in Dec 2010 and if I pass all the HESI tests I will be on the way to more open doors in nursing, can't wait!!!


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