Norfolk State University
Nursing & Allied Health Department
College of Science, Engineering & Technology
NSU | CSET | Nursing & Allied Health Department

NURSING PROGRAMS
Nursing Associate Degree Requirements:
The Associate Degree program prepares students as registered nurses able to assist individuals with self-care deficits associated with common recurring health problems. This program has two tracks: one for individuals without prior nursing experience and one for qualified licensed practical nurses (LPNs). The traditional track can be completed in two academic years and a Summer session.  Upon graduation from the pre-licensure programs, individuals are eligible to take the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX-RN) for Registered Nurses.

We are not currently accepting applications
Links to Nursing Associate Degree Programs
**ASN Teach-Out Plan
A.S. Nursing (Traditional Track)
A.S. Nursing (LPN to ASN)
**For more information about the AST Teach-Out Plan, please contact:
Ms. Twanda Gainer
Associate Program Director
(757) 823-9013
Nursing Bachelor Degree Requirements:
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree has three tracks: a second degree track for individuals with non-nursing degree, a LPN to BSN track for LPNs who have met defined pre-requisites, and an RN to BSN track for individuals who have earned an associate degree or diploma in nursing. Graduates of the Bachelor's Programs are prepared as generalists in the practice of professional nursing. Upon graduation from the pre-licensure programs, individuals are eligible to take the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX-RN) for Registered Nurses.
Links to Nursing Bachelor Degree Programs
B.S. Nursing (LPN to BSN)
B.S. Nursing (RN to BSN)
B.S. Nursing (2nd Degree)
B.S. Nursing (Traditional)
ALLIED HEALTH PROGRAMS
We offer majors, concentrations, or certificates in the disciplines of Food Science and Nutrition, Health Services Management, and Medical Technology. The Bachelor of Science degree is awarded in Health Services Management and Medical Technology. The Health Services Management program additionally offers a certificate program that awards a certificate of completion. The Food Science and Nutrition Program offers a concentration in Food Science and Nutrition with the option to receive a degree in Chemistry or a degree in Exercise Science.
Links to Allied Health Bachelor Degree Programs
B.S. Health Services Management (HSM)
B.S. Medical Technology (MDT)

Links to Allied Health Course Work Concentration
Food Science and Nutrition (FSN)

Links to Allied Health Certificate Programs
Certificate in Health Services Management (HSM)
--Application Information--
Admission to these programs are contingent primarily upon acceptance by Norfolk State University followed by the department of Nursing & Allied Health.
Admission to Nursing Programs, Contact:
Ms. Desma Lans
Nursing Program Admission Coordinator
(757) 823-2205
dblans@nsu.edu.
Admission to Allied Health Programs, Contact:
Dr. Marie St. Rose
Allied Health Programs Coordinator
(757) 823-8389
mstrose@nsu.edu.
LINKS     Nursing Links
Allied Health Links
PROGRAMAPPLICATION DEADLINENOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCECLASSES START
ASN
   *High School Applicants Only
Not currently accepting applicationsNANA
LPN to ADN
   *High School Applicants Only
Not currently accepting applicationsNANA
RN to BSNNovember 1, 2014
March 1, 2014
June 1, 2014
Open/Rolling AdmissionJanuary, 2015
May, 2014
August, 2014
LPN to BSN
(EVENING & WEEKEND)
August 1, 2014November 1, 2014January, 2015
LPN to BSN
(DAY)
December 1, 2014March 1, 2015May, 2015
BSN (2nd DEGREE)
(DAY)
December 1, 2014March 1, 2015May, 2015
BSN (2nd DEGREE)
(EVENING & WEEKEND)
August 1, 2014November 1, 2014January, 2015
Medical Technology (MDT) April 15, 2014May 15, 2014August 15, 2014