All BS programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the New Jersey State Board of Nursing (NJSBN).
Traditional Four-Year Pre-Licensure Track
The four-year track is designed for students who will enroll as freshmen and complete all degree requirements at Rutgers-Camden. Nursing courses start in the first year, with science, arts, and humanities courses integrated throughout the curriculum.
RN to BS Track
The RN to BS advanced placement track is designed for students who already hold a registered nurse (RN) license. The curriculum builds on the existing foundation of nursing knowledge and clinical experience possessed by RNs. The RN student is admitted with an associate's degree or a hospital school diploma and awarded 33 credits for attainment of the RN license and up to 60 credits for transfer courses. A minimum of 30 credits must be taken at Rutgers. The required RN to BS courses can be completed full-time in one calendar year, although most RN students are employed and attend university part-time. The RN to BS track is currently offered at three locations: Rutgers-Camden, Atlantic Cape Community College and Mercer County Community College.
Thank you for your interest in the RN to BS program at Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden. If you would like more information on our program, please contact the appropriate coordinator.
School Nurse Certification Program
Prepare for a rewarding career as a school nurse at Rutgers-Camden. The School Nurse Certification Program is offered conveniently at Rutgers-Camden and is fully approved by the New Jersey Board of Education. The School Nurse Certification Program is dedicated to producing knowledgeable, caring and confident school nurses. Students will be challenged to participate in intellectually rigorous activities as well as extensive experiential learning. A bachelor's degree is required for admission to the program.
For further information, contact Program Coordinator Sharon Conway, MSN, RN, CSN firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are considered non-matriculants until they have been accepted and have begun coursework in a degree program.