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New Hampshire, NH | LPN to BSN Nursing School Program

Why Take an LPN to BSN in New Hampshire?

An LPN to BSN education program in New Hampshire allows working LPNs prepare for licensure as a Registered Nurse and can lead to much higher wages and diverse work possibilities both within and outside of direct patient care settings.

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How to Do an LPN to BSN in New Hampshire

Applying for a new Hampshire LPN to BSN education program requires transcripts from previous education and employer recommendations, as well as any records of volunteer experience—these all play a role in getting accepted to a college of nursing. Targeted specifically at ambitious Licensed Practical Nurses who wish to improve their education dramatically, 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, as well, through advanced studies in nursing concepts, research and practice, and other courses focusing on specific topics pertinent to nursing such as health care law.

At the end of the program students take NCLEX-RN to become licensed as Registered Nurses. The New Hampshire Board of Nursing is paid a $120 application fee and requires fingerprinting and a criminal background check, and exam administrators Pearson Vue require a payment of $200 to take the test.