Overview of Northeastern’s Accelerated Nursing Program in Charlotte
If you have the drive to become a nurse, Northeastern University’s accelerated nursing program in Charlotte leverages your existing bachelor’s degree or prior college credits so you can earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in 16 months. The Charlotte ABSN program is available to eligible students with at least 62 non-nursing college credits or a non-nursing bachelor’s degree.
The program simultaneously blends online coursework with hands-on learning and clinical practice, providing you with the academic foundation and clinical preparedness required to succeed in today’s complex health care environments.
How Our Accelerated Nursing Program Works
Our full-time, accelerated nursing program in Charlotte follows a rigorous, 16-month curriculum consisting of online coursework, hands-on learning and clinical rotations.
- Online accelerated nursing courses completed via an e-Learning platform.
- Skills labs at our advanced simulation nursing facility in Uptown Charlotte.
- Diverse, real-world clinical practice in top local health care facilities.
- Guidance from dedicated university faculty throughout the program.
Due to the intensity of the program, we recommend that students view it as a full-time job. The program requires you to be dedicated and self-motivated, but we provide a variety of resources to help you keep pace every step of the way, from admissions to graduation.
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