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Delaware, DE - LPN to BSN Nursing School Program

Why Do an LPN to BSN in Delaware?

An LPN to BSN program in Delaware can lead to much higher wages, the opportunity to upgrade to an RN, and will open the door to diverse and interesting job opportunities. Because a BSN provides a bachelor’s degree and affords enough time to pursue specialized areas of interest, jobs open up both within and beyond the sphere of direct health care settings and a nurses’ responsibility and range of tasks will provide for a much more interesting workplace.

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How to Do an LPN to BSN in Delaware

A Delaware LPN to BSN lasts two to three years, but it is also necessary to apply for general studies and then a college of nursing to be accepted, just like in an LPN. BSN training takes the baseline skills learned during LPN training and adds a broad range of specialized knowledge and skills to a nurses’ repertoire. Through a diverse range of course offerings centered on nursing, but also branching out to topics like health law and nursing theory and research. It also prepares students for the NCLEX-RN and becoming licensed as a Registered Nurse. The test costs $97 for application and licensing, paid to the Delaware Board of Nursing, and a $200 examination fee paid to Pearson Vue. Once the test is passed and courses complete, LPN to BSN students not only have a bachelor’s degree and their RN license, but also the skills and knowledge to pursue a dynamic career in health care.