As a Concordia University ABSN student, you are empowered to succeed through challenging online coursework, experiential learning and supportive faculty — all of which prepare you to graduate a culturally responsible, career-ready nurse.
Our 16-month, full-time program includes:
The academic foundation and clinical preparedness we provide helps fully prepare you to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) to become a registered nurse.
Students who tend to be the most successful in our ABSN program are dedicated, self-motivated and eager to learn. They anticipate the stress that’s going to be involved and are not afraid to lean on their fellow students and faculty for support and encouragement.
Our ABSN program requirements:
*All students are required to complete a state-approved CNA training prior to the orientation to the nursing program. All students will be required to submit proof (certificate of completion) at the nursing orientation. The CNA training must include classroom, laboratory, and clinical time (preferably 75 hours of clinical time).
Contact us at 866.891.9316 to learn more about our ABSN program and its admissions requirements.