Rasmussen's LPN to RN program

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Hello,

Can anyone share their experience with Rasmussen's LPN to RN program? I am a graduate of Rasmussen College Practical Nursing program and am now in the LPN to RN program. I am wondering if someone can tell me if the classes in the ADN program are similar to the PN classes. The titles are similar: mental health, maternal child, etc. but will I be learning brand new material or is it going to be repetitive? Any input will be helpful, thank you in advance.

PS- Please save your Rasmussen College bashing. I already know Rasmussen's pro's and con's, and I believe that any nursing program has its problem.

LPNtoRN1day

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Looking at the Rasmussen transition program too. Curious, how much is it if you have all the pre nursing courses already completed, do you know?

lauhu3

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Has 1 years experience.

My tuition is about $5-6,000 a quarter. So around $24,000 for the whole program. I only had to do one gen ed with this program, and it's the same for other LPN's who got their degrees from other schools. I am finishing up my second quarter so let me know if you have any questions!

LPNtoRN1day

253 Posts

Good luck to you. I decided to go back to PHSC hopefully I will get in this fall. :-)

librababi

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My tuition is about $5-6,000 a quarter. So around $24,000 for the whole program. I only had to do one gen ed with this program, and it's the same for other LPN's who got their degrees from other schools. I am finishing up my second quarter so let me know if you have any questions!

Aw man I was hoping it would be cheaper than Galen