Three Paths to a B.S. in Nursing

When considering any career in nursing, all of our nursing programs are grounded in professional and contemporary nursing and healthcare standards, provide broad clinical experiences in a variety of settings and are fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and fully approved by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing.
  • For high school grads or those who do not hold a college degree and want to pursue a bachelor’s of science in nursing.

    Photo of a female undergraduate nursing student
  • An intensive 20-month, full-time program for those who have completed an associate's or non-nursing bachelor’s degree.

    Photo of a female second degree accelerated nursing student caring for a patient on a mission trip to Jamaica
  • For RNs seeking to earn (or complete) a bachelor’s of science in nursing degree to enhance their skills and knowledge, expand their career options, or both.

    Photo of an RN to BS nursing student.