BSN Programs in Vermont
There are just three different nursing schools in Vermont that are in our database and have Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing programs.
Below are some featured online BSN or BS of healthcare programs, which you can get in touch with directly by clicking the “MORE INFO” button. These programs are currently accepting applicants and are 100% online. Following our featured list is the entire list of all nursing schools in Vermont.
List of BSN Programs in Vermont
Featured BSN programs accepting Vermont applicants
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Campus-based programs in Vermont
158 Harmon Dr, Northfield VT 05663
The school of nursing at Norwich University offers an undergraduate bachelor of nursing degree leading to eligibility to take the NLCEX-Registered Nurse exam for initial licensure. This program is designed to take 4 years of full time study with an outlined sequence of nursing and science courses. The university offers its clinical nursing courses in affiliation with the University of Vermont’s Fletcher Allen Medical Center and Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center among other numerous medical centers. This affiliation with renowned hospitals enables students to gain extensive clinical skills in addition to skills gained in the clinical simulation labs. Norwich University also runs a ROTC scholarship program for students who wish to serve as nurse Corps.
Southern Vermont College
982 Mansion Drive, Bennington VT 05201
The nursing program at SVC is unique in that it offers an independent Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and a completion plan of a Bachelor of Nursing from the ADN under a dual enrollment option. Under this plan, students are admitted as freshmen to pursue a 3-year journey in the ADN track. Upon completion of the ADN curriculum, students become eligible to take the NCLEX-RN exam for licensure as registered nurses. Graduates of the ADN track can opt-out of the program to practice nursing. Alternatively, those under the dual enrollment option can apply for seamless transition to the RN to BSN completion. If such applications are reviewed and found to be satisfactory, students are able to complete the requirements of the Bachelor of Nursing Degree within one year after ADN graduation.
The University of Vermont
106 Carringan Dr, Burlington VT 05405
The Bachelor of Science in nursing (BS) at the university of Vermont is a 4-year, 128-credit hours program designed to prepare entry level professional nurses. It is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The baccalaureate offers a balanced curriculum of both clinical nursing courses preceded by foundational liberal arts courses. Basically, liberal arts courses begin in the freshman year while nursing courses are introduced at sophomore level. Nursing major clinical courses receive increased emphasis from this level going on to junior and senior years. The university is home to Fletcher Allen Medical Center where students can take their clinical lessons. While taking the major, student nurses with high scholarly ability and ambitions can apply for induction in the Kappa Tau Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nursing.