Carolina Nursing is delighted to announce the coming of a new curriculum to its Bachelor of Science in Nursing program beginning in the fall of 2019.
With this new curriculum comes a new timeline for students seeking admission to either the traditional BSN or the Accelerated BSN (ABSN).
Students applying for the traditional BSN will have a December 2018 deadline and will receive word of admission in May 2019. Admitted students will enter the program in August 2019 and graduate in May 2021 after completing five consecutive semesters of 60 total credit hours.
Students interested in the ABSN will have an application deadline of October 2019 and will receive word of admission in March 2020. Admitted students will enter the program in May 2020 and graduate in August 2021 following four consecutive semesters of 60 total credit hours.
Clinical instruction for both the traditional and accelerated BSN will begin in the first semester and will feature an intensive capstone in the final year.
With teaching methods that meld the best of both time-tested and innovative approaches; committed, caring faculty; rich opportunities for student research; and a curricular dedication to interprofessional education, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing offers an undergraduate nursing program without peer.
From day one, the Carolina nurse is carefully trained to lead — applying the knowledge, skill and understanding gained at UNC to effectively advocate for the care, safety and well-being of the patient.
Carolina nurses have gone on to lead in hospital administration, nursing education, health care research, non-profit organizations, public health and policy, military and veterans affairs, and by bedsides near and far.
They are team-oriented, patient-centered professionals who are highly sought-after in whatever field of nursing they choose to pursue.
The UNC School of Nursing offers two options for the bachelors of science in nursing degree, the traditional BSN and a 4-semester accelerated BSN for students who already have an undergraduate degree.