Ready to get moving on a nursing career? If you have a bachelor’s degree in another discipline, Northeastern University’s accredited Accelerated BSN program can prepare you to sit for the nurse licensure exam in as few as 16 months. And because the program has three start dates a year in Boston and Charlotte, you don’t have to wait to get started on your nursing degree.
Designed as a second-degree option, our ABSN program builds on your existing BA or BS degree so you can begin full-time professional nursing study on the first day of class. Once you’ve completed all of the ABSN curriculum, which includes online and onsite instruction, you can expect to enter the workforce with a quality nursing degree from a university that healthcare employers know and trust.
Ranked one of the top 50 universities in the nation and one of the top 10 most innovative schools by U.S. News & World Report, Northeastern has a reputation for graduating practice-ready nurses who are prepared to make a difference in healthcare.
When it comes to Northeastern’s 16-month ABSN program in Boston or Charlotte, you’ll find we’re a top choice among students for reasons that include our:
As a prospective student, you’ll work with a designated admissions counselor who will help champion your entry into nursing school, taking what’s typically an overwhelming process and making it as straightforward and personalized as possible.
From the first to the last day of class, our nursing faculty make it their mission to see you through your goal of becoming a nurse. Not only do they provide innovative learning experiences, they also offer support and encouragement every step of the way.
Our partnerships with top healthcare facilities in Boston and Charlotte give you access to some of the best, most diverse clinical placements of any nursing school around. No matter the facility, you can expect to gain quality, practical nursing experience working with different patient populations.
Contact us to set your nursing education in motion.
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