The BSN/LPN Option enables students who are licensed practical nurses (LPN) to earn a baccalaureate degree in nursing. The curriculum is designed to expand the student's previous nursing knowledge and skills through study and clinical practice. The curriculum meets the unique learning needs of LPNs and facilitates their transition into the upper-division undergraduate nursing courses.
Students must meet the entrance requirements for the undergraduate nursing program and provide evidence of:
- Graduation from an NLNAC accredited or state accredited practical nursing program or State Department of Professional Regulation
- Licensure to practice as a licensed practical nurse (LPN)
The School of Nursing and Health Sciences reserves the right to amend policies and procedures, and other program information as necessary. All changes will be communicated promptly.