The School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers an undergraduate program of study designed to provide students with the knowledge, skill, and understanding necessary to function effectively in all areas of professional nursing. The curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) degree offers two options for study:

1) two years of upper-division courses in the School of Nursing, which follow two years of lower-division courses in the General College (or equivalent courses completed at another college/university) OR an earned previous bachelor’s degree plus the noted pre-requisites. (B.S.N. 6-term option – application opens in October with a December 22 deadline. Students begin classes during the first summer session in May.);

2) an accelerated second-degree option for students with a previous bachelor’s degree and completed pre-requisites. (A.B.S.N. 4-term option – application opens in June with an August 10 deadline. Students begin classes during the spring semester in January.)

Visit the School of Nursing’s website to learn more about applying.

Students sit near tree on UNC campus
Old Well in the fall