Carolinas College of Health Sciences School of Nursing is an associate degree nursing program located in Charlotte, North Carolina. The nursing curriculum, consisting of three levels, was developed by faculty and is organized with students progressing from lower level to higher level courses. Student learning outcomes for the program of nursing are based upon the National League for Nursing core components and competencies of the associate degree nurse upon entry into practice. The Master Curriculum is designed to be completed in 5 semesters for a total of 71 credit hours. Thirty eight credits are earned in nursing courses and thirty three credits are earned in general education courses in the sciences and humanities. Students have an opportunity to provide care for the diverse populations as they rotate through the clinical environment. Learning experiences begin in the clinical environment by the third week of the first clinical nursing course. Students of the nursing program participate in inpatient clinical experiences at Carolinas Medical Center (CMC) on medical-surgical units (including cardiac, cancer, orthopedic, urology, and trauma), obstetrics, labor and delivery, pediatrics, newborn nursery, pediatric intensive care and the neonatal intensive care unit. The CMC-Randolph Psychiatric facility, the clinical site for Behavioral Health Nursing, provides both inpatient and day programs for adults and adolescents. The nursing program is fully approved by the North Carolina Board of Nursing as well as accreditation by National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. The program achieves excellent program outcomes in graduate performance on the RN licensure examination and program graduation rate.