The R.N.-to-B.S.N. Programs are designed for registered nurses who are graduates of an
associate degree or diploma nursing program, and wish to earn a B.S.N. degree. In total,
the program requires 122 credit hours for graduation. The programs have both theory and
clinical components. The coursework is available online, on campus and via off-campus
cohorts, or any combination of all three. Clinical placements are individualized and
congruent with course objectives, student interests and career goals. Aside from the
required nursing courses, R.N.s must also complete liberal arts and science curriculum
Credits from other colleges for non-nursing courses will be evaluated for
acceptance according to University policies.
Transfer credits can be applied to all college level course work with a grade of “C” or better.
Some liberal arts and science courses required in the program are offered on campus and
online through the College of Arts and Sciences.
R.N.-to-B.S.N. Second Degree
This program is available for registered nurses with a non-nursing baccalaureate degree
who do not want to pursue a graduate program.
Full-time and part-time study options are available.
Seton Hall offers off-campus students a 25% discount on tuition fees, making this program affordable.
Who Should Apply?
The program is for registered nurses who are highly motivated to gain their baccalaureate degree but who have work and family responsibilities which make traditional full-time courses difficult.
Seton Hall’s program is designed specifically for people in this situation with a range of learning options which allow nurses to fit academic work around their existing schedule.
Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Credits from other colleges for non-nursing courses will be formally evaluated for transfer at the time of admission.
Felella K. Millman, Ph.D., R.N.
Director, Non-Traditional Nursing Programs
|R.N. to B.S.N. Contact|
Sharon D. Venino, M.S.
Assistant Program Director,