South Carolina LPN to RN Bridge Programs
Advanced programs exist for licensed practical nurses (LPN) and vocational nurses (LVN) who want to train for their NCLEX-RN licensure exam. There are several routes that you can follow to reach such a goal, but attending a LPN to RN degree program in South Carolina gives you the most pragmatic way to gain the knowledge that you will need to pass your exam.
There are many options to obtain your LVN or LPN to RN nursing school program in South Carolina. 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.
There are a few South Carolina public universities that offer RN programs as well, but the fundamental thing to remember is that no matter the format of the school, be it 2-year or more, public or private, the fast track ‘bridge’ program it offers is the smartest way to get your license. Bridge LPN to RN schools only take about 2-3 semesters to instruct you everything you’ll need to know to become qualified to take your exam, and these programs are becoming more and more popular in the increasing scarcity of RNs.
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).