Missouri LPN to RN Programs

As health care continues to evolve and becomes more complex, nurses are being called upon to play even more demanding and sophisticated roles. Therefore, even though the number of job opportunities for practical nurses continues to grow, the demand for higher educated, registered nurses in Missouri like everywhere else is increasing at an even faster rate.

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To help meet the demand for registered nurses more quickly, many schools have created LPN to RN bridge programs in Missouri. Such programs are designed specifically for practical nurses that would like to take their careers to the next level by becoming an RN. The curriculum may vary based upon the program that you choose. There are LPN to RN programs that lead to an associate’s degree in nursing as well as LPN to BSN programs which will lead to a bachelor’s in nursing. Generally programs consist of courses that will enhance your technical knowledge and build upon the skills that you have already developed as a practical or vocational nurse.

Salary and job outlook for registered nurses in Missouri is excellent. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, RN’s make up the largest part of the health care workforce and job opportunities are expected to be abundant in the coming years. The salaries of registered nurses in MO vary and are dependent upon factors such as experience, location, and employer. According to indeed.com, the average salary of an RN in Missouri is $68,000 per year. This is $22,000 more than the average salary of a licensed practical nurse of $46,000 per year.

Explore the accredited LPN to RN and LPN to BSN programs below. Take the next step in your nursing career by requesting information from the schools that best fit your needs.

LPN to RN Bridge Programs in Missouri

Chamberlain College of Nursing

The Chamberlain College of Nursing offers an LPN to RN Program which upon completion leads to an associate’s degree in nursing. The campus is located in St. Louis, MO.

Online LVN/LPN to BSN Programs Offered in Missouri

Indiana State University College of Nursing, Health and Human Sciences – Online

Indiana State University offers the only completely online LPN/LVN to BSN program in the country. The Indiana State University College of Nursing is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). Clinical requirements can be completed in the student’s local community or geography. Graduates are eligible for the NCLEX-RN exam. Why not take advantage of the convenient way to earn a BSN? Learn more about this exciting program by requesting information today.

Programs Offered: LVN to BSN Online

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