I am a full-time employee and would like to go to nursing school. Are there any nursing programs online that doesn't require you to be an RN or LPN ?
This is an excellent question, and one that I had to do a little bit of research to find an answer for. So, I searched all over Distance-Education.org and was not able to find one, and then I did a bit of searching elsewhere and found that while there are a very few colleges and universities that offer online LPNs and RN Degree programs it is typically suggested that students earn these degrees from local community colleges or trade schools. During the course of LPN and RN degree programs, students work with qualified experts as they develop a basic understanding of both the theories, and more importantly, the physical aspects of nursing.
So, what I would suggest is that you look for a local school to earn your LPN/RN, and then you will be prepared for moving on to an ?online BSN degree program.
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