The Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden RN to Bachelor of Science (BS) in Nursing program is for licensed registered nurses (RNs) who want to leverage their work experience and grow as professionals. Students can achieve their career goals quickly – admission is on a rolling basis, and our program can be completed in as little as one year with full-time attendance. Choose between two convenient options: our online program or on-campus program offered in partnership with local academic institutions. In addition, both programs are fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Let us show you how our RN to BS in Nursing program can fit your academic plans and career goals!
RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
How to Apply
If space permits, we accept applications on a rolling basis after the deadline.
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)
New Jersey Board of Nursing (NJBON)
Experienced and resilient RNs are highly sought-after members of health care teams and hospital systems. As providers make the shift from volume-based to value-based health care, employers will seek out nurses who can apply critical thinking and scientific reasoning, and who bring communication skills, cultural competence, and creativity into the workplace.
Plan of Study
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Students, including international scholars, can complete all coursework online and enjoy additional benefits including:
- Small class sizes and collaborative opportunities
- No campus visits or residencies are required
- Opportunity to pursue work in emerging nursing specialties
Our school works with local academic partner institutions to offer area residents access to the State of New Jersey's 3 + 1 program, which enables students to complete three years of coursework at a community college and one year at a university to earn a bachelor's degree. This 'RN to BS Express in Nursing' program is available at:
Admission to the RN to BS in Nursing program is on a rolling basis; prospective students can apply during the summer, spring, or fall semesters and they are not required to write an essay. Enrolled students receive (33) credits for passing the NCLEX and may transfer up to (60) additional credits for previously taken courses. With full-time attendance, students can complete required courses in one calendar year.