The curriculum is flexible and allows students to take courses at their own
pace. Seton Hall University offers the R.N. to B.S.N. program on-campus,
off-campus and on-line to provide a convenient learning environment for all
students. The entire B.S.N. curriculum totals 122 credits, and is comprised of
the following requirements:
- 32 credits will be administered for students
who demonstrate proof of registered nurse licensure.
- 55 credits in arts
and sciences; if equivalent courses have already been completed, the credits can
be transferred. Outstanding courses can continue to be taken at other
educational institutions (such as community colleges) while students are
registered as non-matriculated students at Seton Hall. Students must become
matriculated when they have completed 18 course credits at Seton Hall.
nursing credits taken in the Seton Hall University nursing program; of which, at
least 19 must be taken as a matriculated student of the University.
Credits gained at other institutions can be transferred subject to your
transcript being reviewed by the program director. Non-matriculated students can
continue to take required arts & science courses at other approved
All nursing courses must be completed at Seton Hall University College of
Nursing. Students can demonstrate proficiency through testing or certification
for some courses. Students must complete a minimum of 30 credits at Seton Hall
in order to earn a BSN degree.
For additional information, please contact:
K. Millman, Ph.D., R.N., Director, Non-Traditional Nursing Programs at (973) 275-2118
Kristyn Kent-Wuillermin, Director of Strategic Alliances, Marketing and
Enrollment at email@example.com