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Re: Nursing School How long will it take?

Posted: Wed Jul 01, 2015 4:50 pm
by jamescasey
if you're also worried about how much it would cost you here's a helpful tool from LPN to BSN http://lpnbsn.net/nursing-school-net-pr ... tor-index/ very helpful in deciding which university to go to.

Re: Nursing School How long will it take?

Posted: Fri Oct 02, 2015 7:37 pm
by CaribMD
duaneconnell wrote:It usually takes 4 years to complete a BS Nursing and then you can take a licensure examination. For an associate nurse, you must finish a 2 year community college and 4 years from a learning institution.

for an Associates RN to BSN its not an extra 4 years, its like another 2 years with the RN to BSN path.

Re: Nursing School How long will it take?

Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2016 10:30 am
by streem26
Started Aug 2003 part-time (d/t being a stay at home mom of 3 kids) and graduated May 2007 with my ADN. It took me 3.5yrs to complete nsg school. you can read more in this article is most accurate resource on information about nurses http://nursection.com/page/2/ Good Luck to you!!!

Re: Nursing School How long will it take?

Posted: Fri Apr 15, 2016 1:26 am
by Helena Parker
http://www.cnabuzz.com/cna-guide/cna-rn-bridge-programs-requirements-coursework-program-cost/

It depends on your free time and types of program you wish to enroll. There are online programs, evening and night programs, accelerated nursing programs, bridge programs, and classroom based programs. All these programs have different courses completion schedules. You can visit school website and find the types of programs they offer. If you are not working or have sufficient free time, you can join short duration accelerated or long duration nursing programs, but if you are busy or if you have a job, you can enroll in other programs and complete them in your free time. The program costs also differs depending upon the program.

Re: Nursing School How long will it take?

Posted: Fri Dec 16, 2016 1:25 am
by janecialpn
LPN school is a bit shorter at around a year of training for a diploma/certification, and there are online programs as well. But, there are programs that can take up to two years, which is not that far off from what a lot of RNs go through