Accelerated BSN Program in Charlotte, NC
As a Top-40 university, the Northeastern Bouvé College of Health Sciences School of Nursing prepares nurse leaders in practice, education and research. Today, we bring that same quality nursing education to our Charlotte campus via our accelerated nursing program.
Following the same accredited ABSN curriculum as our Massachusetts campus, the second-degree ABSN program in North Carolina leverages your existing non-nursing bachelor’s degree so you can receive a quality nursing education in 16 months. The program follows a rigorous, full-time format that comprises online coursework, hands-on learning and clinical practice experiences.
Based on our long and rich history of nursing education, our accelerated nursing program in Charlotte is in a unique position to prepare you for a nursing career in multiple diverse areas of health care. Applying a blended education model, our second-degree BSN program combines online coursework with hands-on learning and clinical practice to give each student the best possible academic foundation for succeeding in today’s advanced healthcare environments.
By leveraging your previous academic experience, we are able to compress your nursing education into a rigorous, 16-month format, enabling you to transition into the workforce as a sought-after nurse.
From our admissions counselors to our faculty and university resources, we are ready to answer your questions and support your academic journey.
You will graduate from the program with the knowledge foundation and clinical preparation required to take the National Council Licensure Exam-RN for becoming a registered nurse.
It is never too late to change careers and pursue your passion. Contact us to learn how to turn your non-nursing degree into a respected BSN from Northeastern University.
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