Opinions on the right Lpn path in South Jersey... Opinions on the right Lpn path in South Jersey... | allnurses

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Opinions on the right Lpn path in South Jersey...

  1. 0 Hi all, I've been a member for a few years but had a family tragedy in NY soon after joining. I moved back to South Jersey and am finally prepared to get on MY path. I will be applying at Camden County College's LPN program for next year. Getting Pre-req's out the way but I would like different opinions which school would have an great LPN-BSN program. My heart's desire would be a CRNA. Opinions on Camden's Lpn program, Teas & C-net test advice and pretty much anything folks want to add is encouraged. Thanks
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  3. Visit  AshleyO77 profile page
    #1 0
    Have you thought about going straight to RN?
  4. Visit  JustBeachyNurse profile page
    #2 0
    Moved to the NJ State Nursing Programs forum to elicit further response.

    There are no LPN-BSN programs in NJ and very few in the US. Most colleges consider LPN to be a vocational course not a collegiate course so many of the classes don't transfer at the collegiate level. There are many LPN-RN programs, the majority are at the county college level. You can view a list of currently BoN approved LPN and RN programs at the board of nursing website, as well as the most recent NCLEX pass rates here: New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs - Board of Nursing

    Best of luck in your future endeavors!