The USF accelerated nursing program is for those students that already have a bachelor’s degree but would like to continue their education. As an expedited course, the USF accelerated nursing program is designed to be completed in 15 months. Described by the school as an “intense program” a full-time commitment is required to take part in the USF accelerated nursing program.
Continue reading to learn how you can contact USF and for a general overview of the USF accelerated nursing program.
Overview of the USF Accelerated Nursing Program
Students interested in enrolling in the USF accelerated nursing program must for complete or being in the process of completing several prerequisite courses. These prereq courses include:
- Anatomy with Lab
- Physiology with Lab
- Microbiology with Lab
- General Chemistry with Lab
- Organic/Bio Chemistry with Lab
- General Psychology
- Developmental Psychology or Family Development Course
Those interested in enrolling in the USF accelerated nursing program must have maintained a grade of C or better in all of the aforementioned courses. It is suggested that students enrolled in the program work outside of their studies for no more than 12 hours per week.
Acceptance into the USF accelerated nursing program is also based on several other requirements, including:
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Minimum 2.75 GPA
- Three Professional References
- Clean Background Check
Students applying for the USF accelerated nursing program may also be asked to take part in an on-campus interview.
Contacting the USF Accelerated Nursing Program
You can get a full overview and more information about the USF accelerated nursing program by visiting the site’s official page at http://www.usiouxfalls.edu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2877. The physical address for the USF accelerated nursing program is:
School of Nursing
1101 West 22nd Street
Sioux Falls, SD 57105
You can speak with a representative from the program directly by calling (800) 888-1047. You can also connect with the school’s accelerated nursing program through nearly every major social media platform, including Twitter, Facebook, Google+, You Tube, Instagram and LinkedIn.