Midland University - Fremont, Ne

LPN to BSN Program Option

LPN to BSN Program Option

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) LPN to BSN program option at Midland University is a six semester program of study. Upon acceptance, LPNs transfer previous college credits to meet prerequisite course requirements. The LPN to BSN transition course awards credit for previous nursing courses.   Upon completion of the LPN to BSN transition course, LPN students enter the traditional BSN curriculum for the remainder of their program of study.

Midland University Admission Requirements

  1. Midland University Application  
  2. Official high school transcript or GED scores if applicable
  3. Official transcripts from all colleges attended

School of Nursing Admission Criteria

In order to be eligible for admission, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) –      
  • Unencumbered, active license
  • Two references
  • Personal statement
  • One year of experience in an acute care setting ^^
  • Minimum college cumulative GPA of 2.5 
^^Applicants with less than one year of experience in an acute care setting and/or with experience only in a long term care setting will be evaluated for placement in the curriculum on a case by case basis.

Midland University Academic Core Experience: *DRIVE – D - Digital Fluency   R - Research and Critical Thinking   I - Innovation   V- Vocation and Leadership   E -  Engagement and Expression W - Writing; Within the 12 credits of required Humanities and Social Science Common Courses students are required to complete courses from at least 4 different attributed prefixes or disciplines. Within the 12 credits of required Lab Science courses students are required to complete 1 course from at least 2 different attributed prefixes or disciplines. Courses listed above with D, R, I, V, E, W, indicate the DRIVE attributed courses in the nursing curriculum. Additional Midland University courses necessary to meet DRIVE requirements will be listed in the Academic Catalog. Advisers will guide students with meeting the Midland University DRIVE requirements when registering for courses. The required Math course in the nursing major may meet the math requirement if a student demonstrates proficiency beyond MTH 101. Students may be required to take additional courses based on ACT scores.  All nursing courses preceded with NUR require a C+ to pass. All support courses indicated by ** require a C to pass. Clinical/Practicum hours are 1:3 hours/week of contact time per credit. Lab Contact Time is 1:2 hour/weeks of contact time per credit. Total Practicum hours = 200. 120 Semester Credit hours are the minimum needed to graduate from Midland University. Some academic programs, including Nursing, require more than this minimum. 

Graduates of the Midland Nursing program are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) as required for state licensure as a registered nurse.

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