From hospitals to health agencies, doctors’ offices to public health organizations, Registered Nurses (RNs) work with integrated healthcare teams to recognize and assess illnesses, provide treatments, educate patients and communities, and offer care and support to patients and families.
- Doctors’ Offices
- Home Health
- Nursing Care Facilities
- Community Health
- Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) - Prepares students for the NCLEX-RN licensure exam4 semesters
- LPN to ADN Option - Licensed Practical Nurses can advance to the Associate Degree in Nursing4 semesters
- RIBN (Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses) - Four-year partnership program with East Carolina University to earn both ADN and BSN4 semesters
- RN to BSN STEP Center - Choose and prepare for your ideal BSN Program4 semesters
Salary in NC
An associate degree from COA will launch your nursing career, and going on to earn a BSN will make you equally or better qualified than 90.5% of current Registered Nurses.