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BSN program earns No. 2 ranking on state list

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UNG's Bachelor of Science in Nursing program has been ranked No. 2 on a recent state list.

The University of North Georgia's (UNG) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program has been ranked No. 2 in the state by RNtoBSNProgram.com.

The website cited UNG's 98% National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) pass rate and its 90% graduation rate as part of the list.

"While this designation is very exciting and much appreciated, I am not at all surprised given the exceptional quality and commitment to excellence of both our nursing students and faculty," said Sue McGill, senior lecturer of nursing at UNG. "Our program is very competitive and consistently scores in the top 10% on NCLEX and has close to 100% job placement upon graduation."

UNG's BSN program builds on a foundation of two years of liberal arts and sciences as prerequisites followed by immersion in two years of nursing coursework. The program prepares professional nurses to be nurse generalists with the knowledge and skills to practice in acute and community settings.

"UNG provides an exceptional learning environment as well as the support services necessary to achieve our high retention and graduation rates," McGill said.

UNG also offers a Registered Nurse (RN) to BSN degree program fully online.

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