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Nevada, NV | LPN to BSN Nursing School Program

Why Take an LPN to BSN in Nevada?

A bachelor’s degree can give a nurse a diverse array of opportunities both within and beyond direct health care settings. Indeed, an LPN to BSN education program in Nevada allows LPNs to pursue interests beyond the hospital. As it also allows one to become licensed as a Registered Nurse, it also leads to greatly improved earning power—RNs make, on average, fifty percent more than LPNs in Nevada.

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 How to Do an LPN to BSN in Nevada

Employer references play a role in an LPN to BSN application in Nevada, but grades in previous LPN training are the most important factor in gaining entry. After a student is enrolled, it takes three years to complete BSN training. Course work runs the gamut from nursing-specific concepts, skills, research and theory, to a variety of focused offerings like public health programming, advanced abnormal psychology, child care in developing societies and a variety of other electives, which vary based on the school.

The final step in LPN to BSN education in Nevada is the national Registered Nurse licensure examination, the NCLEX-RN. The Nevada Board of Nursing requires application at a cost of $51.25 and exam administrators Pearson Vue charge $200 to take the test. After successful completion, LPN to BSN students have the knowledge, skills and credentials to pursue a nursing job that fits their personal interests, and often one in which they play a management role—a formidable step up from the direct patient care duties often assigned to LPNs.