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  • Northeastern University starting nursing program in Charlotte

    Charlotte Observer - 05/24/2016

    With last week’s approval by the North Carolina Board of Nursing, Northeastern University’s Charlotte campus is now taking applications for its new accelerated bachelor of science in nursing program.

    The Boston-based college, which has had an uptown campus for five years, is offering a 16-month nursing program designed for professionals with bachelor’s degrees in non-nursing fields who are looking to change careers. Northeastern’s ABSN program combines online coursework, hands-on experience at its uptown Charlotte nursing center and clinical rotations at Charlotte health-care facilities. Northeastern will offer three start dates each year, with the first class starting in September.

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