Nursing Dual Degree
Bachelor's: Dual Degree
SUNY Delhi is recognized as a nursing education leader and has a long history of providing nursing education to serve local and statewide healthcare needs.
Our BSN Dual Degree Nursing Program gives you the opportunity to earn two nursing degrees in four years, beginning with an AAS and culminating in a BSN, through a unique combination of traditional and online classes.
The program focuses on integrating theory, research and evidence to provide client-centered care in a complex healthcare environment. You'll work with highly-credentialed instructors in state-of-the-art classrooms to achieve your associate's degree while simultaneously working toward a bachelor's degree via online courses. At the end of year three, you'll be ready to sit for your National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX) for licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse.
- Earn associate's and bachelor's degrees in nursing in four years or less (summer sessions are available)
- Easy to use, web-supported classes with technical assistance and tutoring
- Accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and the New York State Board of Regents
- State-of-the-art curriculum delivered by faculty with the highest credentials in the field
- Affordable SUNY tuition rates and opportunities for financial aid
- GPA: 3.0
- Official transcript from every college or educational institution attended; if fewer
than 12 earned college credits after high school graduation, submit:
- SAT or ACT test scores sent electronically from the testing service
- High school GPA: 80
- Algebra Regents: 80
- Biology Regents: 80
- English Regents: 80
- Trigonometry or Geometry Regents: 75
- College Board transcript if available
- Minimum letter grade of B in science and math courses
- Basic proficiency in the use of a computer is essential for success in this program
- Meet the minimum Technical Standards for the program
Employment opportunities for registered nurses are available in acute care facilities, in industrial settings and geriatric centers, and with public and private health care agencies. The critical shortage of both nursing practitioners and educators is leading to multiple options for those interested in the profession. Jobs are available nationwide in a wide range of settings, typically at excellent salaries, with opportunities for growth.