Interested in furthering your career in Nursing? Harrison College’s Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) to Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degree can help you advance your career potential. With this degree you will be able to help others and join the growing field of health care. Harrison’s nursing program allows you to apply qualifying credits from your LPN to your ASN degree.
Our Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) to Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degree program is 60 weeks. The LPN-ASN program is offered at our Indianapolis - East campus.
Accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), our nursing degree program provides hands-on clinical experience in a variety of health care settings to prepare you to become a Registered Nurse (RN) in as few as two years.
Credit Transfer & Financial Aid
Curious if your credits transfer over from another college? Learn if your credits transfer toward our program. In addition, Harrison College provides access to a variety of financial aid opportunities to help students pay for their education.
Learn about specific courses and program details for our Licensed Practical Nursing to Associate of Applied Science in Registered Nursing Degree:
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A career-focused degree in nursing can prepare you to help people in need and establish your future in the growing field of health care.
Experienced instructors lead each nursing course to cover patient-centered nursing in a program that prepares you for the NCLEX-RN licensure test.
Harrison’s nursing education lets you go even further: You can apply your qualifying credits from your LPN-ASN to your bachelor of science degree after graduation for even more nursing career options.
Graduates of the LPN-ASN program will be prepared to perform duties such as:
The Registered Nurse's (RN) unique role on the health care team is the ongoing assessment of the patient's health status and the patient's response to their plan of care. The nurse focuses on helping patients meet their needs, including physical, emotional, cognitive, social, and spiritual needs.
Most registered nurses work shifts that are longer than 8-hours, on shifts during nights, weekends or holidays, because patients need medical care at all hours. Work settings include:
Successful nursing students can be described as:
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, registered nurses make an average of $68,450 annually and employment is projected to grow by 15 percent, which is much faster than average.