Bachelor of Science in Nursing for LPNS
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3-Year Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Advanced Placement for LPNs
The pre-licensure B.S.N. degree is designed to prepare individuals for professional registered nursing practice. New cohorts enroll each fall; students begin by taking a prerequisite year of general education courses that provides a solid foundation to begin nursing courses in year two of the program.
After completing at least 30 hours of prerequisite courses, students apply for acceptance into nursing by January 31 for Early Action or May 25 for Regular Decision of their first year. Offers of admission are contingent upon successful completion of all prerequisite courses with a grade of C or better prior to entrance into the nursing program. Students enroll full-time in the program and attend courses year round — fall, winter, and summer semesters — over a period of three academic years, completing the degree in July. Graduates are qualified to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) in the states of their choice.
Clinical experiences begin in year two. A rich array of clinical experiences occur within the hospitals of the Kettering Health Network, as well as in a variety of excellent health care facilities within the community.
LPN-to-BSN applicants who meet the degree admission requirements and complete NRSA 312, along with all prerequisite courses, with a C or better, will be awarded credit for: BIOL 119, PSY 138, KETC 101, NRSB 301, NRSB 311 and NRSB 321.
About The Profession
Registered nurses (RNs) care for and educate individuals, families, communities and populations about various aspects of health care to promote optimum wellness. In partnership with the patient and the interdisciplinary health care team, nurses are highly educated individuals who assess, plan, implement, evaluate, and document nursing care in accordance with standards of professional nursing practice. Nurses provide physiological, psychological, sociocultural, developmental, and spiritual support to those entrusted to their care. Baccalaureate-prepared nurses from Kettering College serve as leaders to improve health care outcomes for individuals, families, and communities.
For more information about nursing as a career, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics web site.