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RN from a vocational school

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by freemiki freemiki (Member)

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I am currently in a LPN program(vocational school) in Falls Church.

My school is going to get their RN program by next year.

So I was thinking about my options after LPN.

If I get my RN from a vocational school and take all the pre-requisite classes from NOVa,

would I still be able to get into George Mason's or other colleges' for RN-BSN program?

Or would I have to go to NOVA?

It would help me a lot for me to choose the path and set the goals.

Thanks in advance!!:cool:

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Pixie.RN has 18 years experience as a MSN, RN, EMT-P and works as a ED/Trauma, Educator, IP/Nurse Epidemiologist.

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Many colleges just require that you have that "RN" for admission. :) I was going to say that the pre-reqs might not transfer from a vocational school, but you've already addressed that with going to NOVA for those. If there's a flaw in your plan, I don't see it! According to GMU, they accept diploma program RNs:

http://chhs.gmu.edu/pdf%20files/About_chhs_Programs/NSG-UG-RNtoBSN.pdf

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