Facilitated Academic Coursework Track (FACT)
The Facilitated Academic Coursework Track (FACT) is for highly talented students who already hold a bachelor’s degree in a field other than nursing. FACT students earn the BSN degree in 12 consecutive months of intensive full-time study.
Students accepted into this program option are admitted to both the undergraduate and graduate programs. During the program’s undergraduate phase, students earn 55-credits, and an additional 9 graduate credits at JSN. Students are scheduled for theory course content two days per week; and clinical practicum experience 24 hours per week. This schedule allows time to integrate theoretical concepts and constructs into clinical practice. Clinical hours may include evenings and weekends.
Prerequisite Work: Students complete two years or 65 credits of prerequisite coursework in sciences, humanities, and related disciplines that lay the foundation for professional studies in the Professional & Continuing Studies Department at Thomas Jefferson University or at another college or university.
View the FACT Curriculum Plan
Jefferson Nursing students learn clinical skills in a risk-free, simulated-patient environment that is one of the nation’s leading centers of its kind. Combined with their clinical practice at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, our students graduate with far more hours of clinical experience than is professionally required. Perhaps this is why Jefferson BSN graduates have consistently scored among the highest pass rates on the national licensure examination of all PA professional nursing programs.
At the end of the program, students take the state nursing licensing exam and if successful, select their specialty area in the MSN specialty they wish to pursue.
Click here to view the FACT admission requirements
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