Mission College LVN to RN Program

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Welcome to the Registered Nursing LVN to RN Program

Our application and admission process for the 2014-2015 cohort began in February 2014. The admission committee will mail a formal letter to each student regarding their admission status during the week of June 16, 2014.

2014-2015 LVN-RN program cohort start date will be determined after the selection process is completed. The start date for the summer courses will be announced after the June 16, 2014 final selection letters have been mailed.

Applicants for 2014 - 2015 program: 

The admission process for the 2014-2015 program cohort is in process. The Next cohort application will begin in February 2015.

For further application or admission process information please refer to Student Information Link or contact Anita Roman at anita.roman@wvm.edu or (408) 855-5016.

The Registered Nursing (LVN-RN) Program is developed for Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN) or a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). The program admits a new class every year into the Role Transition Classes in summer. The program consists of two more semesters. Classroom instruction is offered concurrently with clinical experience. The curriculum has been organized under the standards mandated by the State of California Board of Registered Nursing. The program requires successful completion of 72 units of General Education, BRN required content, and program prerequisite courses to receive the Associate Degree in Nursing (refer to Course Sequence Form).

The Registered Nursing (LVN-RN) Program curriculum is designed to meet all California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) requirements and to prepare students through a progressive and systematic approach to achieve the program outcomes. The program outcomes prepare the students to meet competencies required for entry level into nursing practice by maintaining quality and consistency of instruction. As such, the nursing curriculum prepares students to pass successfully the NCLEX-RN licensing examination. Employment opportunities following the acquisition of the license include many different fields of nursing, such as hospitals, doctors' offices, home nursing, and others.

Upon completion of the Registered Nursing (LVN-RN) Program the student will be:

  • prepared to successfully pass the NCLEX-RN licensing examination
  • prepared to function in the role of an entry level registered nurse
  • prepared to demonstrate the competencies of clinical nursing skills for entry level nursing practice
  • prepared to demonstrate acquisition of theoretical knowledge by successfully complete required courses in the program
Important Dates and Deadlines

Next Information Session:

TBA

No preregistration required

All Information Sessions are held in the LVN-RN Lab N2-204

The Nursing Counselor will present information about the Registered Nursing (LVN-RN) Program and answer any questions potential applicants may have. Registration is not required.

License Examination Pass Rates For Mission College

Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians
Board of Registered Nursing (NCLEX)

The Registered Nursing (LVN-RN) Program is approved through the California Board of Registered Nursing and maintains industry ties through an Advisory Committee.

California Board of Registered Nursing
P.O. Box 944210
Sacramento, CA 94244-2100
phone: (916) 322-3350