Train For In-Demand Career As A Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)!
Successful graduates of our Hodges LPN program may be able to transfer up to 22 credit hours towards the Hodges BSN Program!
Why Practical Nursing?
- Get the training you need for a nursing career with anticipated career growth of 19%, according to Career One Stop.
- Be on the front-line, delivering care to patients under the supervision of an RN or physician.
- Gain the skills needed to communicate effectively with physicians, registered nurses, and other healthcare professionals, patients, and their families in a fast-paced environment.
- Advocate for your patients working in facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, doctor offices, home health, etc.
- Gain Certification and be prepared to become a Licensed Practical Nurse at Hodges U.
Want to see the average pay scale and job outlook for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs)?
Why Choose Hodges?
- Credit Bearing Practical Nursing Program that allows successful graduates with their license to transfer 22 credit hours towards their Bachelor of Science in Nursing.*
- Attend classes in our brand new, state-of-the-art Health Sciences building.
- Engage in interactive learning in our advanced nursing simulation lab.
- Competitive enrollment and small class sizes in this nursing program taught by top nurses in the field.
- Already an LPN? You may be able to transfer clock hours to credits when you take our BSN program.*
*Limitations may apply, speak to an Admissions Advisor regarding your specific situation.
Put your compassion and care to work as an LPN.
This limited-enrollment program starts in January 2021, so Apply Today!
How Do I Enroll in the LPN Program?
Students interested in the LPN program will need to complete the application to Hodges University. Click the button “First, Apply to Hodges University“. The final step requires an application to the LPN Program. Admission to the Program is based on academic performance, TEAS score, and satisfactory completion of other requirements. Click “Then, Apply to the LPN Program” to apply to the Practical Nursing Program.