60 credits from your previous Bachelor’s degree can be applied towards a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing—enabling you to complete your BSN degree in as little as 20 months, with no previous nursing experience required.
Ameritech utilizes hands-on labs, state-of-the-industry nursing simulation, and real-world clinical practice to ensure you have the knowledge and skillsets needed to confidently enter the nursing profession.
Our Accelerated BSN program was designed with flexibility in mind, featuring a synchronous and asynchronous, online and on-campus coursework and blocked clinical intensives — helping you balance your education with the rest of your life.
Our program is taught by highly skilled and credentialed nurse educators who are ready to pass the torch to the next generation of great nurses. To review their bios and experience, click here.
As an Ameritech student, you will enjoy dedicated career placement services to help you transition successfully from student to working professional.
When I was searching for a nursing school, Ameritech seemed like the best option, as the program would get me working as a nurse to support my family in the shortest amount of time possible. Now that I’m a couple semesters into the program, I have to say that I am very happy with my decision. I’ll be a nurse very quickly, and the education that I’m receiving is excellent. My instructors have been approachable, caring, and invested in my success. I would do it all over again in a hurry!
Ameritech gave me a solid foundation for my nursing career. The staff were great. They were friendly, personable, and cared about our success as students. I appreciated the smaller class sizes that were conducive to focusing on our individual needs. I felt well prepared for the NCLEX and had no troubles passing it on the first attempt.
|Semester 1 (Online)|
|NUR 305 Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing Practice||6|
|NUR 315 Pathophysiology for Nursing Practice||5|
|NUR 335 Introduction to Nursing and Evidence-Based Practice||3|
|Total Semester Credits||14|
|NUR 345 Essentials of Nursing I: Understanding Nursing Practice||5|
|NUR 365 Pharmacological Principles||3|
|NUR 325 Statistics for Nursing Practice||4|
|Total Semester Credits||12|
|NUR 355 Essentials of Nursing II: Care of Clients and Communities||6|
|NUR 425 Quality, Safety, and Technology in Nursing||4|
|NUR 375 Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing||3|
|Total Semester Credits||13|
|NUR 395 Care of the Adult Client||6|
|NUR 445 Care of the Childbearing Family||6|
|Total Semester Credits||12|
|NUR 455 Care of the High Acuity Client||2|
|NUR 475 Transition to Nursing Practice and Leadership||6|
|NUR 495 NCLEX Testing Orientation||1|
|Total Semester Credits||9|
*This sample schedule is for illustrative purposes only. Not every student will complete classes in the same order.
At the end of their program of study, students will be able to:
BSN-prepared nurses are enjoying satisfying careers as RNs in a wide range of nursing specialties, for a variety of employers and industries.
Diverse Industries & Nursing Specializations1:
1. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Registered Nurses.
2. Data pulled from ABHES Annual Report (Reporting period: July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.)
Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Accelerated BSN program is taught by highly skilled nursing educators. As experienced, working healthcare professionals with a variety of specialties, they are committed to providing you with the knowledge and skills you need to become a successful nurse.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Accelerated BSN program tuition is $49,800 based on 60 program credit hours. To see a full breakdown program costs, please visit our Financial Aid page. In 2019, top-earners in the field brought home over $111,220 a year, with a median annual wage of $73,300 a year.1
Our Financial Aid department is here to make college accessible and affordable, with a variety of aid options available to those who qualify. Contact our Financial Aid department for more information.
I have wanted to be a nurse for a long time because I truly feel like I was put on this earth to take care of people. I loved going to Ameritech- it was hard, but so worth it and I felt so well-prepared for the NCLEX. I also met some of my closest friends in nursing school. Now, I have a job at St. Mark’s Hospital and love it! I’m grateful for Ameritech’s nursing program, as the knowledge and understanding that I gained in school made my transition onto the hospital floor so much easier.