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The new online LPN to BSN degree offered at Indiana State University is the only online RN/BSN training program in the country. At Indiana State University LPNs and LVNs can earn their NLNAC-accredited Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree without stepping foot in a classroom.

Indiana State University’s Baccalaureate Track for Licensed Practical Nurses offers vocational nurses the opportunity to complete a baccalaureate degree in nursing and gain eligibility to apply to take the RN licensure examination.

Indiana State Univerity’s baccalaureate track for vocational nurses, licensed practical nurses, and RNs offers classes available via various distance-education and online methodologies, as well as clinical experiences with preceptors in various health care facilities, arranged collaboratively by the faculty member and the student. Online degree students at ISU are held to the same progression, retention, and dismissal policies as student in the four year campus-based baccalaureate program of study.

The purpose the ISU nursing degree program is to prepare the student to function as a competent, caring practitioner of nursing for diverse client populations. This purpose is implemented through the undergraduate and graduate programs.

Individuals can now use The College Network’s comprehensive learning materials to pass their college college equivalency exams (CLEP®, DSST®, and Excelsior College® Examinations), and earn their general education and elective college credits (up to 76 credit hours). Individuals can complete their upper-level nursing courses (generally 43 hours) online with ISU. There is No Waiting List and clinical hours can be completed locally with a preceptor.

Below are a few of the many programs offered by Indiana State University. To view a complete list of programs, and to request more information from this school click on the “Request Information” button below.

 Health/Medicine & Nursing

  • LPN to BSN – Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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