My curiosity got the best of me, so I checked it out! I'm going to paste here what I lifted from the NYS BON site:
"To meet the professional education requirement for licensure as a licensed practical nurse, you must have completed high school or the equivalent, and present satisfactory evidence of either a, b, c or d below.
a- graduation from at least a nine-month program in practical nursing registered by the New York State Education Department as licensure qualifying or recognized as preparatory for practice as a licensed practical nurse by the licensing authority or appropriate governmental agency in the jurisdiction where the school is located; or
b- completion of at least a nine-month program of study that is satisfactory to the New York State Education Department in a program conducted by the armed forces of the United States; or
c- completion of at least three semesters (or four quarters) of an approved U.S. program in professional nursing at the associate, diploma, or baccalaureate degree level, and completed nursing courses with a clinical component in each of the three semesters, having earned 20 semester hour credits (30 quarter hour credits) in clinical nursing courses with a grade of "C" or better in both the clinical and classroom portions of each course within the 20 semester hours (30 quarter hours); or
d- graduation from an approved program in general professional nursing.
In addition to the professional education requirement, every licensed practical nurse must complete approved coursework or training appropriate to the professional's practice in infection control and barrier precautions, including engineering and work practice controls, to prevent the transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the hepatitis b virus (HBV) in the course of professional practice. Graduates from New York State nursing programs after September 1, 1993 are credited with having completed this coursework as part of their nursing program. All other applicants must submit an attestation of compliance with or exemption from the infection control coursework requirement (Form 1IC) within 90 days of your date of licensure. Form 1IC will be sent to you along with your license. See additional information and a list of approved providers for this training. This information can also be requested by e-mailing email@example.com
or by calling 518-474-3817 ext. 570."
So, if your program has sufficient clinical components in the first three semesters, and meets the other criteria, it looks good