Accelerated Nursing Program in the Boston Area Overview
If you are ready for a career change, Northeastern University’s accelerated nursing program in Boston can put you on the fast track to becoming an RN. Following a rigorous blend of online and onsite curriculum, the 16-month ABSN program enables you to develop the nursing skills required to provide safe, effective patient care at the entry level.
How the Accelerated Nursing Program in the Boston Area Works
Northeastern University’s full-time ABSN program in Massachusetts allows students to study nursing near one of the top-rated cities for young professionals in the U.S. The ABSN follows a rigorous 16-month curriculum consisting of online coursework, hands-on learning, and clinical experiences.
- Online coursework completed via an interactive e-Learning platform.
- Hands-on learning and testing take place at the dedicated program site in Burlington.
- Nursing simulation labs are held on campus at the Burlington ABSN site.
- Clinical experiences are provided both within and outside of the Metropolitan Boston area in a variety of healthcare settings.
Due to its intense format, we advise our ABSN students to view the program as a full-time job. It’s also important that students stay highly motivated during their 16 months in the program and utilize the various support resources available to them.
After graduating from our ABSN program, you must take and pass the NCLEX-RN to practice as a registered nurse. The exam helps to ensure nursing school graduates across the country have what it takes to provide safe, effective nursing care at the entry level.
Because passing the NCLEX-RN is critical to a nursing career, we work hard to ensure you feel prepared to take the exam. One of the ways we help you get ready for test day is by having you participate in the Kaplan NCLEX Review process.
While our accelerated nursing program in Boston is challenging, we find that students appreciate its value once they graduate as practice-ready nurses.
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