This page contains questions frequently asked about transitioning from an LPN to an RN.
What is my first step?
Attend a free information session. No registration required. Call 410-777-7310 for more information.
How long does it take to complete the program?
Students attending full time can complete all general education and nursing curriculum requirements in two years.
Can I transfer courses from other colleges or universities?
Prerequisite and general education courses with a grade of "C" or better are transferable provided the course is consistent with one of our offerings. The Nursing Department Director must approve transfer of credits from another nursing program.
What is the advantage of choosing an associate degree nursing program rather than a bachelor's degree program?
- Accessible - local community college and local clinical sites used.
- Affordable - less costly than a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
- Accountable - quality education with an excellent licensure pass rate.
- Articulation - can transfer 60 general education credits and 30 credits for an unencumbered RN license to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program; can work as an RN and receive employers' tuition reimbursement to earn higher education.
Where do students get clinical experience?
Clinical experience is received in hospitals on acute medical-surgical, obstetrical, pediatric and critical care units, emergency rooms and operating rooms; in extended care and rehabilitation facilities; with home health and community health agencies; and in psychiatric facilities.