Kansas LPN Schools.
LPN programs offer students one-year certificate training programs that prepare them for a career as a licensed or vocational nurse. LPN programs do not have an open admissions policy and only accept the most qualified applicants based upon available space in the program and academic performance. Students should be prepared to complete prerequisite courses in anatomy and physiology, cellular biology, microbiology, medical terminology, and psychology. Programs include rigorous classroom training as well as many hours practicing in medical facilities and learning labs on campus. Once the program is complete, students may sit for the national NCLEX-PN certification exam required of all LPN graduates in order to become licensed.
Schools offering Practical Nursing Programs in Kansas
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