Accelerated BSN Program FAQs

You probably have questions about our 16-month ABSN program near Seattle, Washington. The best way to get them answered is by speaking with one of our admission counselors. But since you are here, you might find the answers you are looking for on our list of Accelerated BSN program FAQs.

What is blended learning?

Blended learning combines online and on-site instruction. Our ABSN program blends online accelerated nursing coursework with hands-on nursing labs and in-person clinical rotations.

What ABSN prerequisites do I need?

Our ABSN program has seven prerequisite course requirements, which include microbiology, anatomy and physiology, chemistry, lifespan psychology, nutrition, and statistics. You must show the successful completion of these courses before you can begin nursing school.

How much does the accelerated nursing program cost?

We base the cost of our accelerated nursing program on the number of credits required to graduate. Our ABSN program comprises 68 credit hours, with each credit costing $1,025. This puts ABSN tuition at $69,700. There are also program-related fees to consider, e.g., books, lab supplies and school uniforms.

If the coursework is online, can I complete the program from anywhere?

No, you cannot complete the program from anywhere. You must live within driving distance of the Seattle metro area to be in-person at our ABSN program site to attend regularly scheduled labs and exams. You also need to complete your clinicals at health care facilities in the Seattle area.

Why are NCLEX pass rates important?

Every nursing school graduate must pass the NCLEX to legally practice as a registered nurse. You can gauge the quality of a nursing program by seeing how many students pass the exam on their first try.

For the past several years, our BSN graduates have achieved first-time NCLEX pass rates above 90%.

How do I start my nursing school application?

Contact your admission counselor when you are ready to start your nursing school application.

Is the ABSN program accredited?

Yes, our ABSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

Who is the program for?

Our ABSN program is for advanced standing students who have at least 60 non-nursing college credits and individuals with non-nursing bachelor’s degrees.

Contact us to get all of your ABSN program questions answered.

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