Licensed Practical Nurse to Registered Nurse (TAN)
View the required classes for the Licensed Practical Nurse to Registered Nurse (LPN to RN) degree program.
Belmont College offers you, the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), the opportunity
to enter into transitional nursing curriculum, as well as the second level Associate
Degree in Nursing program!
Following the transitional nursing quarter, the licensed practical nurse can pursue
an Associate Degree in Nursing and become eligible to take NCLEX for registered
nurse licensure and practice.
The LPN to RN transitional nursing curriculum allows you, the LPN, the chance to:
- Advance your education without repeating nursing courses
- Make the necessary transition to enter the second level of the Associate Degree
- Enter the program whether you earned your LPN from Belmont College or another school
- Enter the program on a first-come, first-served basis after all admission requirements
have been met
Class size is limited to space available in the second level ADN program. Enroll
today and be on your way to your career in registered nursing!
- Determine caring interventions for people to enhance readiness for self-healing, self-discovery, and self-control.
- Analyze the effect of various forms of communications on people as they interact in an ever changing environment.
- Determine evidence based decision making utilizing specific nursing knowledge, judgment, and skills in the provision of nursing care.
- Analyze risk reduction behaviors to maintain safety and structural and functional harmony.
- Differentiate appropriate behaviors of people to promote physical psychosocial and spiritual health and wellbeing.