BSN Programs

Emory School of Nursing BSN student standing outside on campus.

Overview

Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing offers a multitude of BSN programs designed to fit your needs. Whether you wish to obtain your first bacehlor's degree, have earned a prior bachelor's degree in another field, or are looking for a fast-track undergraduate/graduate combination, the School of Nursing has an option for that is right for you.

BSN Freshman Option

This program is designed for Emory College and Oxford College students who wish to earn a BSN as their first bachelor's degree. Students complete their rerequisites at Emory or Oxford College for a cohesive, four-year degree program.

BSN Transfer Option

This program is available to students who transfer into the School of Nursing with 60 semester hours of college course credit, and who wish to earn a BSN.

BSN Second Degree

This program is designed for applicants who have earned a prior bachelor's degree in another field. This two-year program provides a framework of classroom, labratory, and clinical work.

Accelerated BSN (ABSN)

This program is designed for applicants who have earned a prior bachelor's degree in another field. This full-time, campus-based program allows students to earn a BSN in 15 months.

Accelerated BSN + MSN (ABSN + MSN)

This program is available for applicants interested in earning a BSN and MSN degree. Only for those with bachelor's degrees in other disciplines, this program allows students to earn a BSN in 15 months and then immediately begin their MSN course work.