Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden's RN to Bachelor of Science (BS) in Nursing is for individuals who already hold a registered nurse (RN) license. Designed to meet the increasing demand for more highly skilled nurses in the workforce, our program advances the student's existing nursing knowledge and clinical experience while helping them to build a foundation to pursue a wide range of specialties.
Students are admitted for both the fall and spring semesters; required courses can be completed in one calendar year with full-time attendance. RN's who possess an associate's degree or a hospital school diploma receive 33 credits for previous nursing courses and may transfer up to 90 additional credits for previously taken non-nursing required courses; however, a minimum of 30 credits must be taken at Rutgers University.
RN to BS in Nursing program options include:
RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
This option is for RN's who prefer a more traditional program of study.
Online RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
This option is for RN's who prefer the convenience of hybrid (online and in class) program of study.
"3 plus 1" RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
This option for RN's can be completed with three years of study at Atlantic Cape Community College (ACCC) –at either the Atlantic or Mercer County locations– followed by one year earning Rutgers credits while attending ACCC.
Questions? Please contact Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden undergraduate admissions at (856) 225-6281, or email email@example.com.