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With a high school diploma or equivalent, how long does it

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With a high school diploma or equivalent, how long does it take to become a registered nurse, or a nurse in Nevada?
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The minimum time period is 4 years after high school diploma or equivalent.

A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) may take up to four years to complete.

An associate's degree in nursing (ADN) can be earned at both 2-year community colleges and 4-year learning institutions. ADN programs generally take two or more years to complete and include classroom education in addition to clinical training in a healthcare setting.

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