Academics & Admissions

There’s more than one way to earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Which way is right for you? 

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Traditional 4-year

Our traditional BS in Nursing program is for prospective students beginning their nursing education right after high school. This full-time plan of study can be taken in Newark or New Brunswick. When you finish this program, you’ll be prepared to take your RN licensure exam. 

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2 + 2 BS in Nursing

Our 2+2 BS in Nursing program is a unique program where students at Camden County College have the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s in nursing. Recognizing that traditional, four-year bachelor’s programs aren’t a good fit for everyone, this program is a partnership with Camden County College, which offers a pre-nursing track that prepares students to be successful in their admission to Rutgers School of Nursing. All services and supports available to students in our Traditional 4-Year program are part of the Blackwood experience.

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Second-Degree BS in Nursing

Our second-degree program is for applicants who already have a bachelor’s degree in something other than nursing. You will complete this accelerated program and earn your nursing bachelor’s degree in 14 months of full-time study at our Newark campus. 

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RN to BS in Nursing

Our RN to BS program is for applicants who are already registered nurses (RNs) but do not have a bachelor’s degree in nursing — for example, you may have an associate’s degree or diploma from a nursing program. You can complete most of the academic work for this program online in four semesters.

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By the time you finish your degree, you’ll have all the tools you need to begin or advance your successful career in nursing – View Program Outcomes