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Best Indiana LPN Programs - 2021

Following are the 2 Best LPN Programs in Indiana for 2021

1) Ivy Tech Community College - Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Lake County, Greencastle, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Lafayette, Lawrenceburg, Madison, Muncie, Richmond, Sellersburg, South Bend, Terre Haute & Valparaiso

The LPN program offered by Ivy Tech Community College is a good blend of theory and practice, which helps nursing aspirants to realize their dream of a career in the field of healthcare. The college focuses on imparting experiential learning and provides a vibrant academic environment for students.

The 12-month practical nursing program is offered in the fall semester (Anderson, Evansville, Greencastle, Lawrenceburg, Richmond, and Terre Haute), spring semester (Columbus, Kokomo, Lafayette, Madison, and Muncie), and both fall and spring semester (Bloomington, Fort Wayne, Lake County, Indianapolis, Sellersburg, South Bend, and Valparaiso). This 45-credit program includes general education courses and core nursing courses (32 credit), containing 320 theory contact hours, 128 lab contact hours, and 384 clinical contact hours. To graduate, you have to secure at least "C" grade in each of the nursing subjects, and upon graduation, you can start working as an entry-level practical nurse in hospitals, private clinics, infirmaries, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and Wellness centers among others.

2) Vincennes University - Vincennes & Jasper

The LPN program in Indiana offered by Vincennes University helps students acquire desired nursing skills and values. The university offers an impressive infrastructure, including a well-equipped simulation lab to provide quality training to aspirants.

The practical nursing program is offered at two campuses - Vincennes and Jasper. The course admits students in fall every year, and it is delivered over two semesters - semester I (20-21 hours) and semester II (18 hours) – and a summer session (7 hours). In the first semester, you will receive education on the fundamentals of the nursing care and the human body and anatomy while in the second semester; the focus of education will be on child care and psychology. During the training, you will receive theoretical instructions in classrooms while clinical sessions delivered in various healthcare centers will help you to gain practical exposure. Upon graduation, you become eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN).

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