Nursing (BSN) - Accelerated
The Accelerated B.S.N. option of the undergraduate program at the Mennonite College of Nursing is for students who have demonstrated academic success and perseverance by previously completing a non-nursing bachelor’s degree. This option provides a unique opportunity for those committed to the profession of nursing to earn a second bachelor’s degree.
This major is only available for second bachelor's degree students.
Point of Pride
Nursing students come into MCN with some of the highest GPAs and ACT scores at the University.
Why study Nursing (BSN) - Accelerated?
Nursing is the largest healthcare field. Three out of five nurses work in hospitals. Many nurses work part-time. Nursing combines science and technology with the desire to help people. One must enjoy helping people of all types and backgrounds. Nursing requires both physical stamina and emotional stability. Nurses must be able to follow orders and direct others.
Come see campus and meet with campus representatives either in person or virtually. Optional chances to meet with academic department, honors, and financial aid.
Applying to Illinois State
Admission is only available for the summer term. Applications are still being accepted for summer 2021.