im currently a cna looking to enroll in a school for nursing. I have kids so i need a schedule i can work with. Thomas Nelson and Paul D camp are some schools im looking into for prerequisites. Riverside Nursing program is also an option due to the nite classes. Basically I want to go to school in the evenings/nite or online and a quick process (3years top). Please Help!!!! Thanks in advance!
Answer by Tara J
Usually RN programs are offered through community colleges and universities. Most likely the classes would be during the daytime, though. If you want more flexibility, you may want to look into an LPN program at a private training school. Some classes may be able to be done online, but most nursing classes will not. Once you get your LPN, you can take an RN bridge program. If you get your RN, then you can go on to get to your BRN online.