Helpful information to use when deciding if the MSOE BSN-ASD program is right for you.
B.S. in Nursing – Accelerated Second-Degree Track
This track is designed specifically for the adult working professional who has already earned a bachelor of science or bachelor of arts degree in another discipline and is looking to change careers. The BSN-ASD is a compressed, year-round curriculum designed to enable students to enter the workforce as professional nurses in approximately 18 months, assuming the student has met all of the prerequisites.
Following graduation, our nursing graduates are highly sought after by health care organizations. The variety of clinical opportunities, the number of clinical hours (≈ 750 hours) and lab hours (≈ 200 hours), plus participation in at least 20 simulations prepares students to transition to the role of the professional nurse.
You may want to consider NU if you …
- Enjoy helping others and want to improve peoples’ lives
- Are able to work well in a team environment
- Possess strong written and oral communication skills
- Are able to prioritize and complete multiple, time-constrained requirements effectively
- Are detail oriented
The baccalaureate program in nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036; phone (202) 887-6791 and has full approval of the Wisconsin Board of Regulation and Licensing, 1400 E. Washington, Madison, WI, 53703. Read more here.
A helpful list of frequently asked questions about MSOE's BSN-ASD program.
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