ACCELERATED BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (ABSN)

The Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) at the University of Mobile is a fast-paced entry into the nursing profession for students who have already earned a bachelor’s degree in a field other than nursing, or are 23 years of age or older and have earned at least 63 credit hours of college work.
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Mattie Easter
Coordinator of Undergraduate Admissions/Advisor
measter@umobile.edu
251.442.2337

Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN)

The program duration is 4 consecutive semesters. The ABSN program begins each spring semester with classes starting in January. Courses and clinical sessions are delivered on campus and at local clinical sites by professors who understand the challenges and rewards of nursing in the health care environment.

ABSN students can expect to be on-site for 10 to 12 hours per day, Monday-Thursday, with frequent Friday and Saturday attendance required. ABSN students are strongly advised not to try and have a job while enrolled in the program.

Job prospects in this field are excellent. There is a great need for nurses in various health care settings who are high-quality professional nursing leaders. Health care occupations are projected to add more jobs than any other occupational group as an aging population leads to greater demand for health care services.

Due to the accelerated pace of this program, please review the Readiness Self–Assessment.


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PROGRAM BENEFITS

 - Program leads to a BSN in just 4 semesters or less
- Designed for those with bachelor’s degrees or college work in a field other than nursing
- Faculty are experienced health care professionals and educators who mentor you

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES


Critical Care Nurse
Emergency Room Nurse
Pediatric Nurse
Nurse Case Manager
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“The University of Mobile offers an Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in a Christian environment. The program is 4 semesters, but can be completed in a shorter period of time. The program seeks to prepare students for the professional practice of nursing and be responsive to the community's health needs in a rapidly changing society.

Mattie Easter, MSN, RN
Coordinator of Undergraduate Admissions/Advisor
School of Nursing
College of Health Professions


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