Duke University is located in Durham, North Carolina. The Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) is unique in that their only BSN program is an accelerated BSN (ABSN) - it is designed for adult learners with a prior bachelors degree. DUSON's primary focus is on educating nurses to advanced degrees; in fact, aside from the ABSN degree students, they graduated their last BSN students in 1983.
Research the Duke University nursing program. Compare it to the other nursing programs offered in North Carolina, to online nursing programs and to nursing programs offered in the United States for:
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|Compare North Carolina Nursing Schools||ADN||BSN|
|Number of Nursing Programs||58||20|
|Average NCLEX Passing Rate||86.84%||87.39%|
|NCLEX Passing Rate Range||22.50% to 98.75%||52.00% to 98.67%|
|Best Ranked School Details||ADN Rankings for North Carolina||BSN Rankings for North Carolina|
The Duke University is a private not-for-profit institution and is located in Durham, North Carolina. Its nursing program is ACEN, ACME, CCNE, COA accredited. You can earn a adult gerontology acute care nurse practitioner, adult gerontology primary care nurse practitioner, family nurse practitioner, neonatal nurse practitioner, pediatric acute care nurse practitioner, pediatric primary care nurse practitioner, registered nursing, women's health nurse practitioner degree and attend a program via its campus, hybrid offerings. Nursing program offerings from the school include Accelerated BSN, Bachelor, BSN to DNP, BSN to PhD, Doctor of Nursing, Master, MSN to DNP, Post Master's NP Certificate level degrees.
While the average NCLEX passing rate for North Carolina state ADN programs is 86.84% and for BSN programs is 87.39%, the average national NCLEX passing rate for ADN programs is 85.48% and for BSN programs is 87.22%. Check out how Duke University compares below.
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Sources: The State Board of Nursing from Each State, U.S. Department of Education: College Scorecard, U.S. Department of Education – OPE, National Center for Education Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics