Accelerated Nursing Program in Charlotte
You need a non-nursing bachelor’s degree or 62 college credits and a solid GPA to qualify for our ABSN program in Charlotte.
Become a Nurse Faster with Northeastern’s Charlotte ABSN Program
Are you ready to set your nursing education in motion? If you already hold a non-nursing bachelor’s degree or you’re a transfer student with at least 62 college credits, the Northeastern University online accelerated nursing program in Charlotte, North Carolina, makes it possible for you to complete your BSN degree at a highly respected university in as few as 16 months.
Located on the Northeastern University campus in South End, our online Charlotte ABSN program comprises online and hands-on components and offers three start dates a year — in January, May, and September — so you don’t have to wait long to start nursing school.
Every student admitted into our Charlotte ABSN program automatically receives a $26,000 scholarship from our university to help pay for their nursing education. This brings the total tuition cost for students seeking a second degree to under $60,000.
As an accelerated nursing student, you’ll complete a rigorous blend of online and onsite curriculum throughout four full-time semesters. While not an easy academic path, it prepares you to enter the profession as a confident, practice-ready nurse.
Why else should you choose Northeastern’s online ABSN program in North Carolina? It offers:
- A high-quality nursing education from one of the most respected universities in the country.
- Highly personalized admissions support from a dedicated counselor.
- An opportunity to gain experience in a clinical setting before entering the workforce.
ABSN Program Learning Components
Online courses bring a level of convenience to learning the fundamentals and theories of the nursing profession.
Nursing labs on Northeastern’s campus provide a realistic platform for developing hands-on skills and clinical reasoning.
Clinical rotations in the Charlotte metro area provide real-world experience in diverse healthcare settings.
Due to the nursing shortage in North Carolina, Northeastern’s ABSN program will help you join the nursing workforce sooner. Live in a city where healthcare accounts for 1 in 10 jobs and cost of living is about 5 percent below the national average. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, North Carolina employed 104,300 nurses in 2022, and their average annual salary was $77,420.
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