All accepted students must complete eight prerequisite courses. These courses may be accepted from your first bachelor’s degree, or they can be completed at any regionally accredited institution in the United States. For Fall 2016 entrance, all courses must be a grade of “C” or better. The courses are:
- Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 credits) *
- Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4 credits) *
- Organic Chemistry (or biochemistry) (4 credits) *
- Microbiology (4 credits) *
- Statistics (3 credits)
- Introductory Nutrition (2 Credits)
- Developmental Psychology (3 credits)
- Ethics – Healthcare Ethics Preferred (3 credits)
*Note that for entrance into the Fall 2017 cohort, we will require that these science courses are a grade of “C+” or higher.
No. Most applicants submit their application to Seton Hall while they are still working on completing their prerequisite courses. In order to ensure you have completed the correct prerequisite requirements, we suggest you submit your transcripts to the program for advisement prior to applying.
For entrance into the Fall 2016 cohort, we do not have an expiration date policy on prerequisites.
However for entrance into the Fall 2017 cohort, the following courses must have been taken with the last five years: Human Anatomy & Physiology I, Human Anatomy & Physiology II, Organic Chemistry, Microbiology, Statistics, and Nutrition.
The application deadline is April 1.
Class size is limited to 30 students.
The program is comprised of 61 credits of nursing courses, taken in an accelerated program over 14 months. It is a full-time program with classes from Monday through Friday. There are four semesters in total, including a summer semester and an abbreviated final semester. It generally begins in late August (following the Seton Hall academic calendar) and commences the following year in October.
Upon completion of the program, the Seton Hall University College of Nursing will award the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.
Transcripts from institutions outside of the United States or Canada must undergo a course-by-course evaluation conducted by an independent credential evaluation agency. These agencies must be members of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) or the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO). Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.