With classes sizes that allow students to engage with instructors, you have the opportunity to make college work for you by asking the questions, gaining personal insights and understanding both the theory and practical application of your new knowledge.
Several of our program options include online components or are 100% online to increase flexibility.
Our student services and financial aid departments are here to help you. South College offers services to help you along the way including tutoring, disability services, student organizations and clubs, career services, student activities and events, and counseling.
No matter where you are in your educational journey – coming out of high school or taking a break from working to go back to school or trying to move to the next level position– we make your enrollment as easy as possible for you.
Start working toward advancing your education and nursing career potential at South College!
“Statistics show that nursing is one of the quickest-growing fields in the US, with 19% more nursing jobs available by the end of this decade. Also, a shortage in doctors is creating more nursing demand; one in three doctors will retire in the next 15 years. Nurses often are in demand to pick up the slack,” according to Nurse Journal.
Nursing is listed among the top occupations in terms of job growth, increasing faster than average!* That means now is the time to get your degree and make a difference – in your life and the lives of others.
The Institute of Medicine strongly recommends that 80% of the nursing workforce have at least a bachelor’s degree by 2020.
South College’s nursing programs are available at the following locations:
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, RN to BSN: ONLINE
Certificate in Licensed Practical Nursing, LPN: ATLANTA, KNOXVILLE, NASHVILLE
Master of Science in Nursing with Concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner: ONLINE
Master of Science in Nursing with Concentration in Nurse Executive: ONLINE
There are numerous financial aid options available to all students who qualify. To learn more about those, visit our Financial Aid page.
*According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics