Upon graduation the LPN received the Associate of Science in Nursing Degree and is eligible to sit tor the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
The non-traditional program is best for LPNs who have completed their support courses for nursing. The nursing courses are taught asynchronously online. Clinical experiences are conducted two days each month. Students should possess basic computer skills, have computer access, and a high-speed Internet connection. Class size is limited to 32 admissions per cohort.