Real College or Job Training?

I want to attend a community college for their Nursing program to become a RN. I’m wondering if there would be any need for me to travel off to a “real college” when I could just take job training for the same thing.

It seems like I can start community college and become an LPN and then take their bridge program to become an RN. But I’m confused as to weather there is some degree or something I have to receive in college that would make it official. Or weather i can just start working right out of community college.

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  1. There is a 2-year RN degree and a 4-year. During the program, you’ll be required to do clinicals. This is where you get your job experience. Upon receiving your degree, you should have no problem landing a job.