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- Program Requirements
- Traditional Program
- Accelerated Nursing
- Change of Major
- Accelerated FAQ's
- RN to BSN Program
- Honors Nursing Program
- Clinical Mandatory Requirements
- Undergraduate FAQs
- Student Handbook
- Why UD Nursing?
- Student Nursing Organization
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The School of Nursing offers three types of undergraduate programs:
The traditional undergraduate program is designed for beginning students of nursing, including high school graduates and change-of-major students.
The Accelerated Degree Program is for individuals who have obtained a baccalaureate degree in another field and wish to pursue a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN). This is a full-time, 17-month, on-campus program.
We offer two programs for nurses who are already licensed but do not hold a baccalaureate in nursing degree:
- The RN to BSN Program is for nurses who are already licensed but do not hold a baccalaureate in nursing degree.
- RNs who plan to go on for graduate education can opt for the RN to MSN program, which culminates in a concurrent BSN and MSN awarded upon completion of all requirements.