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 How long you have to go to school to become a nurse?

Answer There are two types of nurses: Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and Registered Nurses (RN). LPNs generally graduate from two-year Associate's Degree programs, however, one year and 18 month LPN dipl... Read More »
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How long do nurse practitioners go to school?

A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse (RN) who also has graduate study--typically a master's degree--in nursing. Under normal circumstances, it takes about four years for the initial bachelor'... Read More »
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How long does a forensic nurse have to go to school?

Before a person can become a forensic nurse, she must first be a registered nurse (RN), which takes two to four years, depending on the program. A forensic program takes an additional two years.Sou... Read More »
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How long does a neonatal nurse go to school?

A neonatal nurse has to go to school for 4 years to receive a bachelor's degree in nursing. In some cases, employers require their nurses to have a master's degree in nursing, which takes approxima... Read More »
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How long does a neonatal nurse have to go to school?

According to the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN), neonatal nurses need at least an associate degree, which takes two years of full-time study. NANN, however, recommends getting a Bac... Read More »
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