School of Nursing
A&T ‘s School of Nursing located in Greensboro, North Carolina offers the bachelors degree in nursing (BSN) through three entry options: traditional, accelerated second degree and RN completion. We prepare our students to become professional nurses with the knowledge and skills needed to provide quality patient-centered care in a dynamic healthcare environment, assume leadership roles in nursing, and pursue graduate education. Faculty use state-of-the art technology to educate nurses based on current theory, research and evidenced based practice. Our students, whether traditional undergraduates, second degree graduates, or practicing RNs, achieve academic excellence within our small classes with flexible schedules and supportive faculty. Aggie students and faculty make a difference in our community. We encourage you to explore the convenient and affordable way to earn a bachelor’s degree at North Carolina A&T State University School of Nursing.
Discover nursing education at North Carolina A&T School of Nursing:
- Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Admissions to the upper division of the undergraduate program have been suspended.
- Accelerated BSN (ABSN) entry option for those with a non-nursing bachelor's degree
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