Accelerated Pathways

The Accelerated Pathways program is meant for those who have earned a bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing field and want to become a registered nurse (RN), then move through a nursing master's program.

The program includes two phases that include RN pre-licensure courses and clinical rotations, followed by master’s coursework with the option to move into a specialty.

Successful applicants have completed prerequisite courses and are admitted into both phases of the program.


Pre-licensure Phase

Students who are admitted to the program, and qualify for placement based on the criteria above, can then be placed in the next available Pre-licensure Phase cohort. Cohorts start in groups of 40 twice a year. Start dates for the semester schedule will be Spring and Summer Semesters. This phase is the full-time RN Pre-licensure Phase taking place over four consecutive semesters. This phase is a combination of coursework and clinical rotations in area hospitals. Students a 500 Could not find script /copyright.jsp

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