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UNC Charlotte School of Nursing Pledge
The UNC Charlotte School of Nursing programs empower graduates to provide holistic care and advocacy in diverse, interprofessional healthcare environments through excellence in education, research, clinical practice, and service. Graduates practice in a variety of settings including community health agencies, home health care, and advanced practice settings such as clinics and acute care facilities found in hospitals and medical centers. All UNC Charlotte nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Applications for the Fall cohort opens November 15 and closes January 31. Applications for the Spring cohort opens June 15 and closes August 31. Applicants to the pre-licensure nursing program who are not enrolled at UNC Charlotte must apply for admission to the University at the same time that they apply to the nursing program. Deadlines for application to the University may be found here.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN TO BSN)
The RN-to-BSN. Completion Curriculum provides the associate degree or diploma-prepared registered nurse (RN) an opportunity to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (B.S.N.). The curriculum is designed to enhance and advance the student’s professional nursing career.
Masters of Science in Nursing
We offer a variety of specialties for those seeking an MSN degree with UNC Charlotte. To keep up with the growing demand in the ever-changing world of health care we offer a Nursing, MSN with specializations in Family Nurse Practitioner Across The Lifespan, Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Community/ Public Health Nursing, Nurse Educator, and Nursing Administration.
Doctor of Nursing Practice
A DNP degree from UNC Charlotte will prepare you to synthesize and integrate current, evidence-based research into nursing practice. Students will use evidence to design programs of care delivery that will improve patient care, safety, and organizational outcomes. As a student, you will engage in coursework focusing on evidence-based practice, quality improvement, systems leadership, and health policy, among other key areas.