Nursing—Prepare to Serve and Succeed
Nursing is one of the nation’s fastest-growing fields, and a Georgian Court University B.S.N. in Nursing sets the stage for a career that is rewarding, is in high demand, and helps you make a difference in the world. Taught in the Georgian Court–Hackensack Meridian Health School of Nursing, the GCU B.S.N. program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and offers unforgettable clinical placements at Hackensack Meridian Health locations across New Jersey.
Nursing Majors Learn From the Best
In Georgian Court’s nursing program, you’ll learn from doctoral-level nursing professors who regularly conduct research. In addition, you’ll sharpen your skills in Hackensack Meridian Health’s High Technology Simulation Laboratory, a state-of-the-art simulated health care setting that is identical to the real thing.
If you are a licensed, practicing registered nurse, but still need to earn your degree, Georgian Court’s RN to B.S.N. program can help you further your career and expand possibilities for your future.
Nursing Program Highlights
Max Student-to-Faculty Ratio
Small class sizes offer personalized attention for those with no prior nursing experience.
Locations to Perform Rotations
You’ll perform clinicals at Hackensack Meridian Health locations throughout New Jersey.
NCLEX Pass Rate
This is a three-year average of our undergraduate program as of July 2020.
Nearly 9 out of 10 nursing graduates from the Class of 2019 are employed.
Years of Combined Experience
Our world-class faculty offer medical experience that equips you for health care on the frontlines.
Median Annual Salary for New Jersey Nurses
The field of nursing pays, and offers a fulfilling career path for serving others.
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To earn this degree, you must successfully complete at least 120 credits, including your General Education requirements and the major requirements below.
Students must complete at least 67 nursing credits, plus courses in related areas, including:
|NU111||Introduction to Professional Nursing||3|
|NU211||Foundations of Professional Nursing||4|
|NU271||Evidence-Based Nursing Care Adult I||6|
|NU322||Nursing Care of Childbearing Families||4|
|NU325||Evidence-Based Behavioral Health||5|
|NU343||Evidence for Professional Nursing||3|
|NU356||Evidence-Based Nursing of theOlder Adult||2|
|NU371||Evidence-Based Nursing Care Adult II||8|
|NU421||Evidence-Based Community Nursing||6|
|NU423||Nursing Care of Childrearing Families||4|
|NU471||Evidence-Based Leadership & Management||3|
|NU472||Senior Seminar for Professional Nursing||3|
|NU496||Transition into Clinical Nursing||6|
|BI213||Human Anatomy & Physiology I||4|
|BI214||Human Anatomy & Physiology II||4|
|CH151||Chemistry for the Health Sciences||4|
|MA103||Introduction to Statistical Thinking||3|
|PS111||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|or PS113||Foundations of Psychology|
For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.
- Completed application.
- Official transcripts from all previously attended colleges/universities.
- Students with fewer than 24 credits must also submit their high school transcript and SAT or ACT scores.
Fall 2021 applicants, please apply via the Common App.