George Washington University
George Washington University offers three Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs and a number of APRN programs including degrees for aspiring Family Nurse Practitioners and Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioners.
GW is a Private Not-For-Profit University. Its nursing school is accredited by both the ACEN and CCNE. Programs are offered in both online and campus formats.
Both their Accelerated BSN and Veterans BSN programs are offered as 15-month programs to be completed in 60 credits hours and 500 clinical hours. GW offers starts for both these programs in the Spring, Summer or Fall. Both these programs are offered as on-campus.
GW's Accelerated BSN program is designed for those who have already earned a bachelor’s degree in other fields and now want a career in nursing.
The Veterans BSN programs is designed for military veterans. Their military experience and training can receive academic credit for serving our county.
GW’s online RN to BSN bridge program is design for nurses who have earned an ADN degree. George Washington University offers both an RN to BSN and an RN to MSN completion programs with starts in the Fall and Spring. The Online RN-BSN program comprises of 21 credit hours of course work along with the completion of an additional 15 credits for advanced standing in nursing. Designed for all RNs to quickly progress through the program of study and to continue working as a professional nurse.
George Washington University nursing school is a private not-for-profit institution located in Washington, District of Columbia. Its nursing programs are ACEN, ACME, CCNE and COA accredited.
Degree types you can earn at George Washington University include Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nursing, and the school provides it offerings to students via campus and online formats. The level of nursing programs offered to nursing students include Accelerated BSN, APRN Certificate, Bachelor, BSN to DNP, Master, MSN to DNP, Post Master's NP Certificate, RN to BSN and RN to MSN level degrees.
For nursing students in District of Columbia, the average NCLEX passing rate for ADN programs is N/A% and for BSN programs is N/A%.
The average national NCLEX passing rate for ADN programs is 85.48% and for BSN programs is 87.22%.
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