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Programs in North Carolina

Associate Degree

A nursing program leading to an associate degree is generally 2 years in length and is offered by a college that awards associate and/or applied science degrees. The nursing curriculum includes classroom and clinical experiences for patients across the lifespan in hospital, long term care, and community settings. The program prepares a minimal competent, independent nursing practitioner for these settings.

Graduates of approved associate/applied science programs earn a college degree and are eligible to apply to take NCLEX-RN. A Registered Nurse license is awarded upon successful "Pass" on NCLEX and satisfaction of other licensure requirements.

Information in this list, except for approval status, is based on data provided by the programs. The Board does not accept responsibility for its accuracy.

Access program information by selecting one of the following. Detailed information will be given about each program.

  • Foothills Nursing Consortium - Spindale - Full Approval
  • South College - Asheville

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