The demand for nurses with a BSN continues to grow. In fact, many health care organizations are now requiring nurses with associate and diploma degrees to enter baccalaureate nursing programs within five years or less of graduation. Let us help you. AACC nursing graduates are successful!
Want to command a higher salary and be considered a competitive job candidate among health care employers? AACC offers an RN to BSN program that allows you to earn your associate degree and bachelor’s degree at the same time! The ATB Team helps all eligible AACC nursing students navigate through the process of enrolling in AACC's ASN to BSN program. This puts AACC nursing students on the path to finishing their degree at half the cost and in less time!
AACC nursing students can dually enroll in an Associate to Bachelor's (ATB) degree program through the following schools. Each university has additional requirements for their programs.
This dual enrollment Associate to Bachelor’s option with American Public University System is available to eligible students once they are accepted to AACC's nursing program and beginning their second term. Admission is competitive and based on completed courses and grade point average (GPA). The program is flexible and convenient; it includes all online learning with some practicums near the end of the BSN program.
This dual enrollment Associate to Bachelor's option with Frostburg University is available to eligible students once they are accepted to AACC's nursing program. Admission is competitive and based on completed courses and grade point average (GPA). The flexible, convenient program includes all online learning with a practicum near the end of the BSN program.
AACC and Stevenson University Online have formed an ATB Nursing partnership that will allow students to expedite the process of earning their nursing degree. The flexible, convenient program features several eight-week course options, all online learning, and includes a practicum near the end of the BSN program.
AACC and the University of Maryland School of Nursing (UMSON) have partnered to ensure students have a seamless transition from AACC’s Associate Degree in Nursing program to UMSON’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. Students enrolled in the program will receive transfer credits from UMSON for completed coursework at AACC and will be granted special student status, allowing them to take UMSON courses while still working on their associate degree. The BSN program portion is all online learning with a practicum near the end.
Enrollment in the Associate to Bachelor's Degree in Nursing program is a multistep process.