School of Nursing launches distance-ABSN program
Woodruff Health Sciences Center | Aug. 21, 2018
The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing now offers a 12-month Distance Accelerated BSN (D-ABSN) degree option for second-degree students living outside of the Atlanta area and across the U.S. Through the program, students will have an opportunity to study and gain clinical experience in the communities where they live.
The D-ABSN program is a rigorous, fast-track alternative for distance learners. Students will earn their BSN in 54 weeks in an inquiry-guided
In addition to online
“Students tell us they now have the best of both worlds,” says D-ABSN Program Director, Teresa Yambo
Emory is one of the few nursing schools nationwide to offer distance BSN learning. Additionally, it allows the School of Nursing to serve many of the qualified applicants wait-listed each year due to the of constraints on physical space.