Alabama LPN to RN Bridge Programs

Want to earn more and have more responsibilities as a nurse? If you are a licensed practical nurse (LPN) or licensed vocational nurse (LVN) you can enroll in a Alabama LPN to RN bridge program that will allow you to the take the NCLEX-RN exam to become a registered nurse. To progress your a career as a nurse, you can enter in a Alabama LVN/LPN to RN bridge degree program which takes a total of 1-2 extra years on top of your regular LVN/LPN training. After finishing the bridge program you will be able to take the NCLEX-RN licensure exam to become a registered nurse in Alabama

There are many options to obtain your LVN or LPN to RN nursing school program in Alabama. Typical programs are available at 2 year community colleges, vocational institutions, and universities. When applying for a school, make sure that the school is accredited and licensed by the National League for Nursing Commission so that you know you will learn enough to allow you to pass the RN nurse exam.

Because of the increasing need of registered nurses, many nursing schools in Alabama have fast track "bridge" programs that can allow a nursing student in Alabama to take the NCLEX-RN in less than a year (2-3 semesters).

What are you waiting for, take a look at the schools below and request information directly from our website. We’ll have the admissions office know you’re interested and they’ll send you some info packets and give you a call (if you want).

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Featured Schools

Brandman University

Indiana State University

Keiser

Liberty University

Walden University