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Pre-Nursing Studies

Pre-nursing studies programs, which are usually two years in length, are designed to prepare students to enter 4-year bachelor's nursing programs. Continue reading to learn more about pre-nursing studies.

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A university may offer a pre-nursing program for individuals who already have a degree in a non-nursing area and wish to enter the field of nursing. After completing the pre-nursing curriculum, graduates would apply to enter a BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) or a combined BSN/MSN (Master of Science in Nursing) program. A school may offer a pre-nursing program to licensed RNs (registered nurses) who need to pick up required courses before applying to a master's program in nursing. Courses may include physiology, anatomy, chemistry, organic chemistry, statistics and psychology.

Other pre-nursing programs may be geared towards individuals looking to register in an LPN (licensed practical nurse) program or RN program. In this case, courses may include microbiology, inorganic and organic chemistry, nutrition, psychology, sociology, math, humanities and English.

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