LPN to RN Bridge Program in Kentucky
Our LPN to RN Bridge program in Louisville, KY is specifically designed to offer you the flexibility of online classes while still focusing on the benefit of hands-on training in our on-campus labs.
Our program offers an accelerated track for current LPNs to take their nursing career to the next level as an RN!
The Kentucky program is taught by experienced and qualified nursing faculty! Students will receive training in a classroom setting, modern on-site laboratories, and also offsite clinical experience!
This program includes a wide variety of NCLEX preparation assessments to help students gain critical thinking skills and the comprehensive nursing knowledge needed to be successful in the healthcare field!
Upon successful completion of the LPN to RN Bridge program and clinical practicum, graduates are eligible to apply to sit for the National Council Licensure Exam for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
ATA College is an accredited academic institution committed to helping students realize their full potential in the allied health field. We’re excited that you’re thinking about your education, and we’re happy to tell you that ATA College can help get you exactly where you want to be in your career. If you are interested in enrolling at ATA College contact us today!
Where do Registered Nurses work?
- Skilled Care Units
- Assisted Living Centers, Long-Term Care Facilities
- Medical/Surgical Clinics
- Home Health
- Immediate Care Centers
- Complete the Nursing Application
- Acceptance by the Program Director
- Satisfactorily pass a 9 panel drug test
- TEAS – RN composite score at the proficient level including:
- 69% in Reading
- 63% in Math
- 60% in English and Language Usage or
- ACT composite score of at least 19 or higher or
- SAT composite score of at least 1350
Curriculum for the LPN to RN Bridge
|Term 1 (14)||Credit Hours|
|ANA200||Anatomy & Physiology||4|
|NPN200||LPN to RN Role Transition||2|
|Term 2 (10)|
|ANA202||Anatomy & Physiology II||4|
|Term 3 (12)|
|NPN208||Medical-Surgical Nursing I||8|
|Term 4 (14.5)|
|NPN210||Medical Surgical II||6|
|SOC201||Intro to Sociology||3|
|Term 5 (12)|
|NPN209||Mental Health Nursing||5|
|Term 6 (12)|
|NPN214||Acute Care Nursing||6|
|Credit Awarded for PN License||12|
|Total Credits required for completion||90|
*Orange Indicates a course taken via distance education
|Tuition and Fees|
|Tuition per Credit Hour||$345|
|Quarterly General Fee||$200|
|Total Estimated Student||$3,750|
|Total textbook cost||$3,962|
|Total Program Cost||$34,222|
Transfer of Credits Earned at ATA
Decisions concerning the acceptance of credits by an institution other than the granting institution are made at the sole discretion of the receiving institution. No representation is made whatsoever concerning the transferability of any credits to any institution. ATA programs are considered to be vocational/terminal in nature, due to this credits are unlikely to transfer.