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Bachelor of Science in
Nursing Degree Program
Earn Your BSN With
Olivet Nazarene University
School of Graduate and Continuing Studies
Ready For A Career That Cares? Choose Nursing.
Registered nurses (RNs) are the front line of health care, and the need for RNs is expected to rise dramatically over the next decade. If you’re responsible, caring, and want a career that makes a difference, you could be ready to meet that demand sooner than you think.
Olivet Nazarene University’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) degree program is designed help you get your ABSN quickly so that you can start your new career as soon as possible! If you hold a bachelor degree in any field or at least 66 college credit hours, you may be eligible to enroll in our fully accredited ABSN program.
What You Can Do With A Bachelor’s Degree In Nursing:
With our ABSN program, you can develop clinical and research skills that will prepare you for a variety of nursing paths. When you earn a BSN degree, you have the qualification you need to:
• Take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN)
• Move into graduate-level nursing studies
• Pursue patient health education positions
• Explore a nursing specialty, such as geriatrics or neo-natal nursing
What Our Nursing Degree Program Can Teach You
The ABSN program at Olivet Nazarene University provides a blend of online theory courses and practical, hands-on clinical experiences, all taught by experienced instructors. The result is a quality educational program with a flexible course structure that makes earning your nursing qualification more convenient.
Course topics include:
• Health Assessment/Pathophysiology
• Nursing Research
• Community Health Nursing
• Leadership/Management in Nursing
• Issues in Health Care, Law, and Ethics
Your Career In Nursing Starts Here
Don’t wait! Fill out the form on this page today to receive more information about our Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, including eligibility requirements, specific program details, and financial aid information.