LPN to RN bridge program - Jersey College school of nursing

Jersey College's school of nursing has a program specifically for LPN’s (Licensed Practical Nurses) to  become RN’s (Registered Nurses) while obtaining their Associate Degree in Nursing. 

If you're interested in obtaining licensure as an LPN, we have a nursing program just for you.

The curriculum for the LPN to RN bridge program was structured to help build the skills and competencies necessary to apply for licensure as an RN and sit for the NCLEX-RN exam.

The school of nursing at Jersey College offers daytime and evening classes for the LPN to RN Bridge Program at select campuses.  Contact the campus in your area for the program schedules they offer.

The daytime nursing program consists of 60 weeks of instruction (five 12 week terms) with classes generally scheduled Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am - 3:30 pm. The evening nursing program consists of 84 weeks of instruction (7 12-week terms) with classess generally scheduled Monday through Thursday from 5:30PM - 10:00PM  Students are expected to take advantage of tutoring, additional practice and to make up missed work when classes are not in session.

Times for all schedules may vary based on a number of factors including clinical and instructor availability.

Apply Now for Admission to the LPN to RN Bridge Program

RN program courses are already enrolling for next term.  Contact our admissions office for a consultation about the application process if you’re ready to elevate your healthcare career!

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