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What is the LVN 30 Unit option?

What is the LVN 30 Unit option?

The 30 unit option (Non-Graduate) program is a three-semester program for the applicant with a valid California Vocational Nurse license, who wishes to quickly meet the requirements to take the NCLEX-RN examination as a non-graduate. This status will not restrict the practice of a Registered Nurse within California.

How long is the LVN to RN bridge program at West Coast University?

34 months
Complete the LVN to BSN program at West Coast University in as little as 34 months. WCU can match your passion for the nursing profession with a focused healthcare education—in a unique, immersive environment filled with nurses and educators who share your passion for the profession.

How do you go from LVN to RN?

Some colleges and universities might offer an LVN-RN bridge program specifically designed to allow LVNs to become RNs. Bridge programs usually offer associate degrees. The LVN may be required to have a certain amount of experience in vocational nursing before she can apply.

Where do LVN get paid the most?

Best-Paying States for LPNs and LVNs The states and districts that pay Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses the highest mean salary are Alaska ($63,850), Massachusetts ($60,340), California ($60,240), Rhode Island ($59,860), and Nevada ($58,470).

Is LVN school harder than RN?

Although an LPN programs are not generally considered easy by any means, they are typically less rigorous than RN programs, as registered nurses are required to complete more training and schooling than licensed practical nurses.

How much is the RN program at West Coast University?

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
3/4-Time Status (9 to 11 credits) $14,196
1/2-Time Status (6 to 8 credits) $11,021
Less than 1/2-Time Status (under 6 credits) (per credit) $1,890
Total Tuition Costs (Full-Time) $136,240