Lakeview College of Nursing offers the BSN program at two locations with flexibility in enrollment. These are our standard progression tracks.
The traditional track is a prelicensure track that is designed to complete the nursing program in four semesters. Students complete all courses during fall and spring semesters. Students may choose to take up to six credit hours in the summer semesters.
The accelerated track is a prelicensure track that moves at a fast pace and allows students to complete the program in four consecutive semesters of full-time study. The accelerated track includes a ten-week intense summer semester. A student must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA at the end of the spring semester and not on Academic Probation to accelerate.
The LPN-BSN track reduces the number of required credit hours for licensed practical nurses by way of proficiency.
The RN/BSN track reduces the number of required credit hours for registered nurses through proficiency, acceptance of prior coursework, and work history.