Stony Brook University is part of the SUNY consortium and enrolled its first students in 1957. This research university has a robust health science and medicine department, which also includes the School of Nursing. It’s one of six schools in the Health Sciences Center, and has full-time and part-time programs. They offer a CCNE accredited BSN program, as well as graduate opportunities to earn an MSN, DNP, or PhD in Nursing.
The BSN program has four different options of entry. There’s the traditional 4-year on-site program for those with no nursing experience, a 12-month accelerated on-site program for students who hold a bachelors degree in a non-nursing discipline, a hybrid RN to BSN program, as well as a hybrid RN to MSN program, which is designed for those with either an ADN or BSN degree. Students are enrolled once annually in the fall for the traditional BSN program, and once annually in the summer for the accelerated program as well as the RN to MSN program. Those interested in the RN to BSN bridge program may enroll bi-annually in the spring and in the summer.