Have a question about the College of Nursing undergraduate program - traditional and accelerated (UCAN) pathways? Review our frequently asked questions below to find the answer.
Applicants with or without a previous bachelor’s degree may apply for the Traditional Pathway option, which is 24 months in length. Students must have 60 semester hours of transferable coursework completed or in progress, including specific courses from 16 prerequisite areas. Beginning with the summer 2019 cohort, this program will be primarily offered at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora. However, Traditional Pathway students may be required to attend classes or labs at the CU South Denver location in Lone Tree. Please see the program's requirements for specifics.
Applicants with a previous bachelor’s degree may apply for the Traditional (24 months) or UCAN (accelerated 12-month) program. Beginning with the spring 2020 cohort, the UCAN program will be primarily based at the CU South Denver location in Lone Tree. However, UCAN students may be required to attend classes or labs at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora.
Applicants with an associate degree in nursing (ADN) – contact an admissions specialist at 303-724-1812 for further information. Admissions requirements for the RN-BS program are unique and different from those for the Traditional and UCAN programs.