Generic Baccalaureate Program
Information Sessions for School to School Transfer Students
October 24, 2016 - New Brunswick, NJ
October 26, 2016 - Newark, NJ
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Succeeding in the demanding and rewarding field of Nursing requires a first-rate education. As a university committed to undergraduate education, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, provides a baccalaureate program of exceptional academic quality for those entering the profession of nursing. The School of Nursing offers a comprehensive four-year Bachelor of Science degree in nursing for those pursuing a career in the profession of nursing.
The Generic Baccalaureate program offered in Newark, New Brunswick and the Blackwood campus of Camden Community College is a full-time, 4-year program.
Newark and New Brunswick students enter as freshman or transfer into the nursing program in the summer prior to the start of their sophomore year.
Blackwood students are admitted as transfers in the summer prior to the start of their junior year. Transfer students complete all of the same liberal arts and nursing requirements included in the Generic curriculum.*
Follow this link to view Generic Baccalaureate Outcomes
Credits to Completion
Generic Baccalaureate graduates must complete a total of 126 credits to receive the BS degree.
The curriculum for the nursing program on the Newark, New Brunswick and Blackwood* campus is identical however course names and numbers may differ.