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Indiana State University’s LPN to BSN Program Progression The LPN to BSN program progression for Indiana State University’s can be divided into three
phases. The following are brief descriptions of the phases that students must fulfill to complete the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program.
LPN to BSN Phase I Most general education requirements for LPNs are completed in Phase I. For licensed practical nurses, these requirements are met from any combination of the following: 1. Using The College Network’s™ C 1. comprehensive Learning Modules™ to prepare for and pass equivalency examinations. 2. Taking courses online at Indiana State University 3. Taking courses on-campus at Indiana State University 4. Transfer credits from an accredited college/university Prospective students to the LPN to BSN programs may enroll into Indiana State University and begin Phase II once the following general education courses have been completed: Freshman College Composition, Psychology, Chemistry, Introduction to Computing, Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, Public Speaking, and Algebra.
LPN to BSN Phase II Students will apply for admission into Indiana State University. Get more information about the application process. Upon receipt of acceptance into Indiana State University, students will register for the four Comprehensive Study Materials™ (CSM™) examinations. Upon completion of all four CSM examinations and the eight (8) courses listed in Phase I, you may apply for admission to the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services. Get more information about the application and application process.
Upon receipt of conditional admission into the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services, students will complete NURS 208 and NURS 304 online with Indiana State University. Formal acceptance into the College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services will not be granted until successful completion of NURS 208 and NURS 304.
LPN to BSN Phase III Upon completion of the Phase II requirements and receipt of full admission into the nursing schools College of Nursing, Health, and Human Services, nurses will complete the remaining online BSN degree program courses and concurrent clinical hours with Indiana State University.
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