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Montana, MT | LPN to BSN Nursing School Program

Why Take an LPN to BSN in Montana?

An LPN to BSN education program in Montana allows working LPNs take their education and credentials further. It prepares Licensed Practical Nurses for licensure as a Registered Nurse and can lead to much higher wages, job opportunities both within and outside of direct patient care settings.

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How to Do an LPN to BSN in Montana

To apply for an LPN to BSN education program in Montana, one must provide both transcripts from previous training as well as recommendations from employers and documentation of any volunteer experience, all of which are considered by a college of nursing when deciding who gains entry. Designed for Licensed Practical Nurses with the skills and ambition to upgrade their education and responsibility in the workplace, an LPN to BSN program takes around three years and gives students a Bachelor of Science, Nursing, and prepares them for licensure as a Registered Nurse. It includes a diverse range of course offerings from nursing research, practice, and theory to specialized topics such as developmental psychology, health care in developing countries, advanced psychology and much more.

Licensure as a Registered Nurse is the last step of a Montana LPN to BSN, achieved through a successful attempt at the licensure examination called the NCLEX-RN. The Montana Board of Nursing is paid a $100 application fee and exam administrators Pearson Vue require a payment of $200 to take the test. Once passed, as is the case for close to 90 percent of first time test takers, new job opportunities and higher wages are attainable, along with the possibility to continue education towards a Masters of Nursing and licensure as an Advanced Practice Nurse.