Is associates degree required to be an LPN?
The way that college's nursing program works, you work on your associate degree in nursing until you become an LPN. Once you've taken all of the classes to be an LPN, you can exit the program & get your LPN license, or take two more semesters of nursing and become an RN. I had a small child while in nursing school...
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