Here's a question: To get a reciprocal license in CA requires that my nursing school be accredited (it is) and that I meet ALL course requirements.
However, multiple attempts to contact the CA nursing board and browsing their web site has resulted in no information of exactly what those course requirements might be.
I've been told many times it is a "walk-through" state, and that's nice, but I am extremely reluctant to drive from coast-to-coast only then to find out I need a course in basket weaving 101.
If anyone knows of a web site or an email address where I could find the authoritative reference I would be very appreciative if you would share it with me.
I think that you should be fine as long as your school is accredited. I did the walk through process when I came to California in September and they didn't require anything from my school for my TEMPORARY
license that lasts for 6 months. They only had to verify that I am board registered in my home state. However, to get your PERMENANT
license, they require transcripts within a certain time frame from your school. I hope this helps. It really wasn't too much of a hassle to walk through. My only recommendation is to get your fingerprints done before you go into the board because I ended up waiting twice because I didn't have my prints done before I went in!