Whether undertaken on-campus, off-campus, or online, our R.N. to B.S.N. program is the choice of many registered nurses who feel it is time to add a B.S.N. degree to their substantial patient care expertise.
Designed to meet the needs of working nurses, who often need to balance a number of existing commitments, our program gives nurses the choice of taking courses on-campus (at sites across the state) or online in the comfort of their own home.
Students electing to study off-campus take classes at one of four convenient locations throughout the state.
- Camden County College, Blackwood
- Community Medical Center, Toms River
- Medical Center of Ocean County, Brick
- Somerset Medical Center, Somerset
Classes are usually run once per week in the afternoons. Courses offered are determined by the academic director depending on the interests and learning priorities of the class at each location
This program is an ideal choice for those who live or work near one of the above locations and who value the chance to learn in-person with fellow R.N.'s.
Seton Hall offers off-campus students a 25% discount on tuition fees, making this program even more 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. Please contact the College of Nursing for an information pack and application materials by calling (973) 761-9306 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Credits from other colleges for non-nursing courses will be formally evaluated for transfer at the time of admission. For an informal pre-application interview and transcript evaluation, please make an appointment with Dr. Kathleen Sternas by calling (973) 275-2154.
Making a Difference In and Around New Jersey
Graduates of this program, alongside the College’s other alumni, have gone on to become dedicated healthcare professionals all over New Jersey and beyond. In fact, it is estimated that every hospital in the state employs at least one Seton Hall nursing alum – but beyond that, our graduates impact the lives of patients in areas as far and wide as Florida, Arizona and even Iraq. These individuals range from nurse practitioners, to nursing directors and officers, to presidents and CEOs of healthcare organizations. Why not become one of them?
Click the “Request Information” button on the right to start your path toward becoming one of New Jersey’s newest healthcare leaders!