One year to a BSN
The Accelerated BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) is an intense 12-month program for students with a bachelor's degree in another field. The program is offered on our Omaha, Lincoln, Kearney, Norfolk and Scottsbluff campuses. Students work together in campus-based cohorts and participate in synchronous lectures across campuses. Class size is limited, and students are admitted once annually for January program start.
Our accelerated students can expect a challenging, learning-packed schedule of study that is heavy on critical thinking, active learning, clinical application, independent evaluation, patient-centered context and successful care outcomes.
The full-time program maintains a rigorous pace. We encourage you to apply for scholarships/financial aid.
Students are admitted once annually for January program start. Plan of study and curriculum are predicated upon Traditional BSN learning structure and objectives but compresses the two-year Traditional Program to 12 months, with key variations. The accelerated program has two 16-week semesters and one 13-week summer session.
Speak with a student services coordinator.
Submit your application through the Centralized Application Service for Nursing Programs. You may save and return to your application until you are ready to submit it. You will self-enter all college coursework, including prerequisites and any courses taken for credit during high school, courses completed through placement exam and all courses in progress.
After you submit your application, NursingCAS will add your references and transcripts to it as they are submitted. Monitor progress through your NursingCAS account and through your email.
Read more on how to apply.