Manhattanville’s Accelerated BS program in Nursing can be completed in four semesters of continuous study. Nursing provides a unique range of professional skills and techniques to assist future nurses with balancing high tech with high care. In addition to the baccalaureate essentials in nursing, students in the Accelerated BS in Nursing program will have a competitive advantage and learn holistic integrative modalities to complement traditional medicine. Students will also be qualified to become certified in holistic nursing and end of life care.
The Clinical Learning Laboratory contains state-of-the-art resources for basic skills training. The high fidelity clinical simulations offer advanced training within simulated settings across the care continuum to bridge important connections between academic knowledge and clinical reasoning.
For questions regarding the program, please contact Dr. Orhan Hakli, Associate Dean at email@example.com.
For additional information contact Jessica Cox, Assistant Director of Nursing and Health Sciences Admissions at Jessica.Cox@mville.edu or 914-323-1477.
Applications for 2023 are now open! We will be running the accelerated second degree nursing program in Spring, Summer and Fall. We have rolling admissions, so there is no deadline to apply.
Note: to begin an application for the Second Degree program, please start an undergraduate application with a major of nursing and select "Second Degree" as the entry type.
300-500 word essay on why you are pursuing a career in nursing at Manhattanville.
College transcript(s) for ALL credits attempted & including degree conferral.
One (1) professional or academic recommendation.
An exam (TEAS or HESI) is not required.
Courses are offered anytime between the hours of 8 AM – 9 PM, Monday through Saturday.
Clinicals are held anytime between the hours of 7 AM – 11 PM, Monday through Sunday.
Students may travel up to 50 miles to their clinical site. There is no guarantee that clinical locations will be accessible via public transportation. Transportation is, therefore, required.
Each cohort is 4 consecutive semesters (i.e. fall, spring, summer & fall). The program is a total of 14 months.
College GPA must be a minimum of a 3.0.
A Bachelor's degree and all pre-requisites should be completed at the time of applying. It is possible to apply with up to two pre-requisites in progress, but not advisable. Please feel free to use the worksheet below to self-evaluate your pre-requisite courses.
The following courses must be taken with a C+ or better.
You may only have ONE retake of any pre-requisite. Failure of two pre-requisites disqualifies students for admission to the program.
Fundamentals of Psychology (3 credits minimum; 4 credits preferred)
This program is registered with the State Education Department of the University of the State of New York, Albany, NY 12234.
The program is 61 credits at a cost of $900 per credit. This is for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Students should factor in other costs: uniforms, lab and exam fees, books, travel, equipment, background check, physical exam, CPR certification and other costs.
There are no institutional scholarships. Students can complete the FAFSA and may be eligible for Federal Loans.
Advanced Certificate Program - Family Nurse Practitioner
The Advanced Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program provides the nurse, holding a Master’s degree in nursing, the opportunity to acquire an in-depth theoretical understanding of advanced nursing practice with individuals. Upon completion of the program, the graduate will be eligible to sit for the American Nurses Credentialing Center and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioner examinations.