Fast-Track Your Degree and Earn a BSN in 16 Months.

Fast-track your future as a nurse through Madonna University’s 16-month Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program in metro Detroit. If you have the passion to serve your community as a registered nurse and you meet our requirements, this Michigan accelerated nursing program is the right path for you.

As an ABSN student, you can expect to:

  • Earn a BSN in as few as 16 months.
  • Complete nursing courses online.
  • Learn nursing skills within the context of Catholic and Franciscan values.
  • Gain real-world clinical experience through one of our dedicated academic practice partners, Ascension Michigan, as well as other leading community based and acute healthcare facilities in the metro Detroit area.
  • Graduate prepared to sit for the NCLEX-RN® exam.

During the ABSN program, you’ll be part of a supportive learning environment that prepares you to become a registered nurse who promotes excellence and leadership in the profession.

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Faster Access

You don’t have to wait to start your nursing education. Our ABSN program has seats available now and offers three start dates each year in January, May, and August.

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Convenient Curriculum

Our convenient online learning system allows you to complete learning activities and accelerated coursework on your own time, when it fits into your schedule best.

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5 Steps - Madonna ABSN nursing students studying together

How to Transfer Into a Nursing Program: 5 Steps

To transfer into a nursing program, you’ll need to first speak with an admissions representative to make sure our ABSN program is a good fit for you. Your representative will also help you create an academic plan. Additionally, you’ll need to complete prerequisite courses and meet program requirements. Finally, you will apply to the program and await an admissions decision.

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