I am taking LPN to BSN/RN track through The College Network and Indiana State U.
I have had 4 Pre Req courses including AP 1&2, Microbiology and Sociology.
I am taking the first Nursing (ISU) exam on Tuesday.
I had no problems with The College Network courses, and you can take the non-nursing exams right at home. I had to arrange a proctor for the ISU Nursing Courses with my local librarian, but ISU makes the process easy to do.
College Network is NOT a scam, but if you live in CA they are not currently accredited there, so you would need to find an alternate, like U of Pheonix.
I will be attending The College of Nursing at Indiana State via online courses and locally based Clinical and Exam proctors, in Fall 2013. So far all is going well!
I have been an LPN for 3 years, but in NJ you can only work in nursing homes and homecare....very few job opportunities.
I look forward to getting my RN to widen my employment possibilities and higher salary.
Again, The College Network is not a scam. But you really have to be highly motivated to pass any online course. Take it from me...I was a teacher for ten years!
Unless you live in CA, if you want to do LPN to BSN, this is an excellent way to go!!