• Two CCBC Nursing students practice taking blood pressure in the Nursing skills lab

Nursing Blended Program

What drives people to become nurses? Afterall, It can be an intense and demanding career. Yet, it is also extremely rewarding in terms of both satisfaction and compensation, with the annual median income for Registered Nurses reported at $70,000 (Bureau of Labor Statistices, 2017)

Still, the demand for well qualified nurses has never been greater, and CCBC’s highly regarded–yet seriously affordable–nursing program is a great starting point.

CCBC’s Nursing blended program awards an Associate of Science degree and prepares you to become a Registered Nurse (RN) through a blend of flexible online learning and onsite clinical experiences.

CCBC’s blended Nursing program gives you:

Associate to Bachelor’s option (ATB): save time and money while earning your BSN

The CCBC nursing program offers a blended learning option for the Associate’s-to-Bachelor’s (ATB) program. This ATB program is a selective dual enrollment program, which lets you begin course work for your bachelor of science degree at one of four participating universities while enrolled in CCBC’s associate of science degree program. Students can usually complete the bachelor of science degree in two or three additional terms after completing the associate of science degree.

Apply now for the Nursing online option

Apply to CCBC now »

As you complete your application, be sure to…

  • Choose the Online Degree Program application type
  • Select Fall 2018 as your admission term
  • choose Nursing as your Program of Study
  • Under Tell us your interests, choose Earn a degree online

Learn more about getting started at CCBC »

Nursing 04.13.2010
Video by CCBCMD
Provides information on CCBC's programs on being a Nursing Assistant, Nursing Support Technician, Registered Nurse and more!