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Hey!

I was just accepted into the LPN -BSN online program beginning in Jan. How did you find your preceptors?

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Is isu lpn-bsn program setup like excelsior college where you do the required readings then take the test? Do you actually go online to attend classes? I know isu has clinicals vs ec who doesn't till the end of the program. But I was wondering how does the program work once you're in the nursing classes?

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Check out the LPN-BSN Track Summary document - course / clinical logistics start about pg 5  https://www.indstate.edu/health/lpn-bsn-track-summary-document

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On 4/19/2011 at 10:35 AM, deemonee said:

Hello,

Im completing the prereqs as what ISU wants but I am having difficulty trying to find a proctor for exams. Does anyone know of a proctor service that is provided in California?

BTW, its great to hear that you are enjoying the program so far, gives me confidence that I am going in the right direction. I also had distance learning in the past and am very comfortable with it.

 What are the pre reqs that you need to take? Did you not take what you needed during LVN/LPN school? What more do they need? 

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Proctors for what? you should need them for prereqs.  Also I didn't think CA was an approved state.  did you double check that? 

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NICU Guy has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in NICU.

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On 6/11/2019 at 6:59 PM, dflorio said:

Also I didn't think CA was an approved state. 

It was approved as of 2011 when the original post was made. California no longer accepts ISU students in California as of 2013.

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Please note that not allowing students to take courses in CA does NOT mean that one cannot be licensed in CA upon completion of the program and successful completion of the NCLEX-RN.

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19 hours ago, mitczak said:

Please note that not allowing students to take courses in CA does NOT mean that one cannot be licensed in CA upon completion of the program and successful completion of the NCLEX-RN.

True. ISU is no longer able to provide clinical placement in California hospitals. I would assume that if you lived on the California/ Oregon border, you can do clinicals in Oregon. You can get a degree from ISU and get licensed in California.

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