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Indiana has 23 LPN to RN/ADN programs. Some of these programs are:
In this school, the LPN to ADN program is a two-year traditional program that can be reduced to just 12 months for qualified LPNs. This is a full-time program with a few courses to be taken at the GraceCollege in WinonaLake.
With campuses in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Greenwood, this school offers evening courses. They claim an 85% rate for their job placement program for RN graduates.
Situated in Donaldson, this college’s bridge program can be finished in less than two years. Clinicals are often performed in Rochester, Plymouth, South Bend and Winimac areas. Their program has a cap for its number of students which is 40.
The program begins every summer and it combines interactive classroom training as well as expert clinicals at local or regional health care settings.
Admission into this program requires a current Indiana LPN license and a special application process.
This is Indiana’s first university and is a 130-acre campus located at the south of Jasper. This was introduced by the COHERE (Committee on Higher Education and Related Events), Inc. and VincennesUniversity in 1970. COHERE is a citizen action group at the DuboisCounty which focused in improving education and culture. Since September 1970, it has already opened its doors to students in rented facilities downtown. Thousands of students has since then graduated and other degrees have been added.
One of their renown programs is the LPN to ADN program dedicated to train licensed practical nurses who would want to become a registered nurse.
At present, there are 23 LPN to ADN programs throughout Indiana.