ABAC School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Associate of Science in Nursing Degree Program
The ABAC Associate of Science in Nursing Degree program was established in 1966 and has always been a widely respected RN program in the state. The employment rate is 100% and healthcare employers actively seek out ABAC nursing graduates. Nursing, a top major at ABAC, appeals to both traditional and non-traditional students.
The nursing program at ABAC prepares registered nurses through two educational tracks. We offer the Generic track which has a traditional design and the One Year Registered Nurse track which is an accelerated bridge program for licensed practical nurses, paramedics, & respiratory therapists. Both programs earn students an Associate of Science in Nursing Degree and qualifies them to take the NCLEX-RN.
RN to BSN Completion Program
The RN to BSN Completion Program offers educational opportunities to qualified individuals who hold and maintain a degree and current licensure as a Registered Nurse. Nurses holding the Associate Degree commonly return to school to pursue the Bachelor’s degree to enhance their education and prepare them for additional career opportunities. Coursework focuses on leadership, critical thinking, collaboration, and population-level nursing care. The RN to BSN Completion Program is individualized to each student’s career goals.
Click on the FORMS & RESOURCES link (left side of page) for Admission Criteria and Track Information about the Associate of Science and RN to BSN Completion Programs.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College School of Nursing and Health Sciences is to develop exceptional nurses ready to provide leadership in health care throughout the rural, ethnic, social, and economic communities the school serves. Students are engaged, taught and mentored in the classroom, lab, and through practice opportunities with the school’s community partners.
The nursing program is approved by the Georgia Board of Nursing, 237 Coliseum Drive, Macon, Georgia 31217-3858 (phone: 487-207-2440) and is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia 30326 (phone: 404-975-500).
The School of Nursing and Health Sciences requires screening examinations, criminal background checks, and drug screens upon acceptance and throughout the nursing program as required by clinical agencies. A student, who is denied access to a clinical agency due to the results of a criminal background check or a drug screen, will be dismissed from the program due to the inability to complete the program requirements.
Application Deadlines for Generic and One Year RN Tracks
August 15: Application deadline for One Year RN Nursing Program Spring Semester
NOTE: Students are not required to have admission criteria completed by the application deadline dates. An application must be submitted by the appropriate deadline date even if a student is in process of completing admission requirements.
For information about ABAC’s Nursing Program Tracks attend an INFORMATION SESSION
Tamara R. Dennis PhD, RNC
Professor of Nursing & Director of the RN to BSN Program
Health Sciences 104
229-391-5020 or 229-391-5027
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