Nursing at the College of Coastal Georgia offers degrees for those seeking either initial nursing licensure, or nurses looking to advance their career to meet the demands of a competitive workforce.

Depending on student preference, the School of Nursing and Health Sciences offers traditional, pre-licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), and Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degrees. Associate degree nurses currently practicing can continue their education towards a Bachelor's degree in nursing through our RN to BSN program.

Nursing

 

   Clinical Experience

  • With a synergistic relationship with the Southeast Georgia Health System and more than 40 other local and regional clinical facilities, Coastal Georgia students receive varied and valuable clinical experiences.

   Practical Instruction

  • Nursing programs at Coastal Georgia focus on applied learning and critical thinking.

   Full-time Faculty

  • Nursing students are taught exclusively by full-time faculty. Instruction is tailored to student needs in smaller-sized classes.

   Quality Facilities

  • Our students have access to state-of-the-art simulation and laboratory facilities in the Miriam and Hugh Nunnally Health and Science Building. 

Contact Information:

Kashawn Littlejohn

Nursing Program Specialist

We are always proud of our alumni, the work they do, and the impact they make in our community, surrounding areas, country, and beyond. During this COVID-19 pandemic, however, we wanted to take a minute to pause, reflect, and honor the work they are doing. Please play this video and see the impact our alumni are having during this unique time. We posted a Facebook request on the ASN and BSN alumni Facebook pages, and have reached out to Radiologic Sciences alumni as well, however if you did not receive the message and are a graduate of our ASN, BSN, RN-BSN, or Radiologic Science program and would like to be included in this video, please send your picture and include your name, place of employment, and city/state to msandberg@ccga.edu. We will update the video periodically and repost to this webpage. Thank you again for the work you do, especially during this time. We are so incredibly proud of all of you.

Sincerely,

School of Nursing and Health Sciences Staff and Faculty