Bachelor of Science in Nursing Completion (RN-BSN/BSNC)

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Now accepting applications for the Summer and Fall of 2016 

What We Offer

 Face to Face Classes held at Cone Health and our New State of the Art Union Square Campus Facility Pending Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) approval

BSN Degree in 12 Months (3 Semesters of full-time Study)

2 Delivery Formats (Online or Face to Face)

Course credits given for ADN or RN licensed candidates

Dynamic and Cutting Edge Curriculum

RIBN Option Starting in 2016

Exceptional Collaborative Faculty

Small Classes

 

Program Overview

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 31 Credit Curriculum       3 Semesters of Course Study       1 BSN Degree Apply Today 2

 

Program Benefits

Affordable Tuition and Fees

ACEN Accredited Degree

Career Enhancement and Leadership Development

Convenient Self-Paced Course Study

Cohort Driven Enrollment

Inquire Today:

For More Information on how you can get started on the road to Nursing Success
Call 336.334.7750 or Email: nursing@ncat.edu  or Join us for an upcoming Information Session
 

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