Welcome to the School of Nursing!
NC A&T’s School of Nursing provides its students with an education informed by theory, research, and clinical practice, and rooted in academic excellence, scholarly inquiry, and civility. Upon graduation, our nurses are qualified to enter professional practice and deliver quality patient-centered care, or to continue their studies at a graduate level.
We utilize clinical experiential learning, research data, information technology, and knowledge from the liberal arts, biological and physical science, and social science disciplines to prepare nurses to consider the environment, and the rapidly evolving healthcare system in their care of patients.
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Please explore our options within the School of Nursing for:
- Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
- Accelerated BSN entry option for those with a non-nursing bachelor's degree
By combining the resources of NC A&T with those of multiple local hospital systems, the School of Nursing creates collaborative relationships where you will experience the latest in scientific and technological advances, community-based practice settings, and changing concepts of health and nursing.
Being a part of the 21st century global healthcare community begins with applying to NC A&T today.
Two N.C A&T faculty members have been selected as Carnegie African Diaspora Fellows and will travel to African universities to conduct joint projects.
Tarik Cohen (5-6, 172, Bunn, N.C.) was named co-offensive player of the year by the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.
Dr. Karen Hornsby has been named the 2014 North Carolina Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation.
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