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  Sep 24, 2017
 
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Registered Nurse (Spring Start), AAS



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Admission Requirements   Learning Outcomes  
Estimated Program Fees   QSEN Outcomes  

Love being an LPN but looking for more opportunity? As a Registered Nurse, you can move forward in the rewarding field you already know and love. Expand your knowledge and expertise as a nurse which will complement the technical skills you already possess as an LPN.

This degree is a perfect fit for Southeast Tech LPN graduates or other LPNs who have 750 hours of documented work experience. Just plug your LPN diploma in and move forward with your Registered Nurse, AAS Degree!

Graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN and be licensed as an RN after approval by the Board of Nursing in their state of residence. Students who are not South Dakota residents or South Dakota residents who are seeking employment outside South Dakota should contact that state’s Board of Nursing for any additional requirements.

 

The Southeast Tech LPN-RN AAS program is accredited by ACEN (Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing).

 

Background checks and drug screenings are required for this program. Please see the Registered Nurse Handbook  and the Health Student Handbook  for additional/adjusted rules, regulations and policies regarding your program.

  • Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL ) (Students can either purchase a laptop on their own or purchase one from the Southeast Tech Support Center.)


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Program Curriculum - Total Credits: 42


Year 1: Licensed Practical Nursing Diploma Completion

Year 2: Additional Credits for AAS Degree Listed Below:

Additional Information


*Incoming students are required to show current proof of certification in Basic Life Support (CPR) for Health Care Providers through the American Heart Association.

Requirements: Achievement of a “C” or higher for all NURS courses.

Students entering a program in any semester other than outlined may not graduate in the expected amount of time.

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