To become a nurse sooner, don't start over again––pick up where you left off.
Our 24-month BS in Nursing degree with fully online coursework allows you to seize the opportunity to change the path you are on. Similar to our accelerated 16-month BS in Nursing, you can leverage your previous bachelor’s degree and jump right into the nursing curriculum. This allows you to become a bachelor-level nurse in 24 months while working up to two days per week. Clinicals and simulation labs are required in the Boston area.
What students who complete this program like about its flexibility:
We invite you to download our 24-month ABSN flyer to view a sample schedule, hear what a student has to say about their experience, and more!
Our 24-month BS in Nursing for Non-Nurse College Graduates program is designed for career changers, new graduates and many others who want to get a second bachelor’s degree and become a nurse. We have customized a curriculum that uses the undergraduate courses you have already taken so that you can jump directly into your nursing courses in the accelerated nursing program.
Rolling admission after Regular Action deadlines. On a space-available basis, applicants are encouraged to apply after application deadlines and will be reviewed as received and completed following the deadline.
You will enjoy clinical placements at Boston’s most elite research hospitals, as well as community hospitals. Clinical placements allow you to apply your classroom knowledge and experience directly in a healthcare setting. Learning hands-on and providing direct patient care in a variety of settings, will enable you to hit the ground running with an exceptional resume and confidence in your clinical skills.
Simulation labs will be completed at our state of the art facilities on our Weston, MA campus.
* Does not include fees. Based on the academic year 2022-2023. Cost per credit and total cost subject to inflation.
After graduating from Regis, one of the region's top nursing programs, you are fully prepared to sit for the NCLEX examination and work as a registered nurse as soon as the degree is in hand.