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Accelerated BSN Program (BSNA)

Accelerated BSN Program and Pathways

Fast Track Your Future Career in Nursing

W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) graduates consistently score above state and national averages in NCLEX-RN pass rates. Our competitive tuition, scholarship opportunities, liberal course transfer policies and flexibility are mainstays of the program. More importantly, our reputation for molding confident and competent nurses in an accelerated timeframe helps to launch your professional nursing career sooner. Learn more about our Accelerated BSN Program advantages.

This 15-month Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program is designed for adults who are interested in becoming registered nurses.

It is an intense, full-time program that prepares graduates for the National Council Licensure Exam for RNs (NCLEX) as well as employment in nursing upon graduation.

Program Highlights:

  • Hybrid program with online and on-campus courses.
  • On-campus courses are held at Thomas Edison State University in Trenton, N.J. (free parking available).
  • Clinical experiences are held at several facilities in the local New Jersey area.
  • Nine (9) graduate credits in the accelerated program may be applied toward your Master of Science in Nursing (MSN).
Two pathways to the Accelerated BSN program:
  1. Already possess a bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing area of study
  2. Have earned some or no credits toward a college degree

Choose the path below that best fits your experience:

Degree Program Profile Sheet

Accelerated BSN ProgramDownload our degree program profile sheet for an overview of our Accelerated BSN program.

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Accelerated BSN HandbookAccelerated BSN Handbook

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Contact Us

Current Students

p: 609-633-6460

Prospective Students

p: 609-777-5680

*Please note: The Accelerated BSN Handbook is applicable for students enrolled in the following cohorts: October 2019-2020, April 2020-2021, October 2020-2021. Prospective students interested in the May 2021-2022 Cohort and future cohorts follow these program requirements and admissions processes.