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  School of Nursing 2021-2023 Academic Policies and Procedures Time Limit for Degrees  

Time Limit for Degrees


Baccalaureate Programs

Traditional Program and R.N. to B.S. in Nursing Program
The time limit for completion of degree requirements is seven years. Two additional semesters, one semester at a time, may be added with the permission of Rutgers School of Nursing.

Second-Degree Program
The time limit for completion of degree requirements for the full-time program is two years or six semesters. Additional time to complete the degree may be added with the permission of theEntry to Baccalaureate Nursing Division Administration/Committee.

Graduate Programs

Graduate students are expected to be continuously registered every semester (fall, spring, summer) from the date of matriculation.The time limit for completion of degree requirements:
  • B.S. to M.S.N. degree must be completed within five years
  • M.S.N. to D.N.P. degree must be completed within five years
  • B.S. to D.N.P. degree must be completed within six years
  • Post-Master's certificate programs must be completed within 4 years.

Additional time to complete the degree may be added with the permission of the Advanced Nursing Programs Committee.

The Ph.D. in nursing degree must be completed within eight years.

 
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