North Dakota Nursing Schools
LPN to ADN is an option that can be considered by people who want to obtain a nursing degree. An associate’s degree in nursing (ADN) is perfect for people who want to start practicing as a registered nurse. This program not only prepares the foundation of becoming a successful registered nurse but it also prepares students to take and pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). ADN programs are offered at different community colleges and universities. The requirements to enroll in ADN programs differ from state to state and from one educational institute to another. LPN to ADN programs are less expensive and require half the amount that is required to complete a 4-year BSN program. However, most ADN nurses complete a BSN degree later on. This creates a change in their professional life and helps them get a better salary and a promotion.