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RN Completion for LPN

Program Course Sequence

NSG123  Transition for the LPN
NSG101  Clinical Reasoning in Current Nursing Practice
BIO121  Anatomy & Physiology I
PSY121  General Psychology
NGS141, NSG141L, NSG141C Concepts of Nursing Practice in the Care of Patients with Mental Illness Issues
NSG221, NSG221L, NSG221C Concepts of Nursing Practice in the Care of the Reproducing and Developing Family
PSY123  Human Growth and Development
BIO122  Anatomy & Physiology II
NSG241, NSG241L, NSG241C Concepts of Nursing Practice in the Care of Adult Patients with Stable and Unstable Acute Conditions
MTH124  Statistics
ENG124  College Composition
BIO221  Principles of Microbiology
NSG261, NSG261L, NSG261C Concepts of Nursing Practice in the Care of Patients Across the Lifespan with Complex Conditions
SOC121  Sociology


*The NACE I PN-RN Exam will NO longer be required for students applying for FALL 2016. The TEAS (Technical Essential Academic Skills) test will be required.

The RN completion for RN degree offers the LPN an avenue to transition into the RN role capitalizing on the skills they have already learned as an LPN. This program offers the LPN the associate degree nursing education required for licensure and a foundation to pursue further educational opportunities in nursing. The applicant must be a graduate of an approved school and have a current, unrestricted Ohio LPN license.

A licensed practical nurse must inform the department chair if he/she is currently participating in the Ohio Board of Nursing Alternative Program prior to submitting an application to the nursing program.

Mandatory Meeting for LPN’s interested in applying to the Nursing Program:

ATTENTION LPN’s! - All LPN’s who wish to apply to the Nursing Program must attend a mandatory orientation meeting. Applications for the RN Completion for LPN program will only be available at one of the mandatory meetings.