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Traditional Program Curriculum - Blackwood



Rutgers School of Nursing collaborates with Camden County College in Blackwood, New Jersey, to provide an opportunity to obtain a bachelor of science (B.S.) of nursing degree after completing an associate's degree in science--prenursing track. Students applying to the program must have either an associate's of science degree or 60 undergraduate prerequisite credits from Camden County College or other accredited community college.

Graduates will be eligible to register to take the NCLEX-RN licensure exam in the state of New Jersey and in other states.

Camden County College

Courses Required for Admission into the Program
  • ENG-101 - English Composition I
  • ENG-102 - English Composition II
  • BIO-211 - Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIO-212 - Anatomy and Physiology II
  • SOC-101 - Introduction to Sociology
  • PSY-109 - Developmental Psychology
  • BIO-221 - Microbiology
  • CHM-101 - Chemistry I
  • CHM-102 - Chemistry II
  • FNS-107 - Nutrition for Health Care Professional
  • MTH-111 - Elements of Statistics I*
  • History, Political Science, Economics Elective
  • PHL-232 - Biomedical Ethics
  • General Elective
  • General Elective
  • General Elective
  • SPE-211 - Interpersonal Communication

Other Courses Required for Graduation from the Program

  • ANT-101 - Introduction to Anthropology
  • Literature Elective

Rutgers

Summer Session (12 Credits)

  • 77:705:245 - Pathophysiology (3)
  • 77:705:223 - History, Trends, and Issues in Health Care Delivery (3)
  • 77:705:202 - Culture, Lifestyle, and Health (3)
  • 77:705:390 - Research Process Applied to Evidence-Based Nursing Practice (3)

Junior Year Fall (14 Credits)

  • 77:705:307 - Nursing Care Provider I (2)
  • 77:705:306 - Health Assessment (3)
  • 77:705:310 - The Childbearing Family (6)
  • 77:705:395 - Pharmacotherapeutics (3)

Junior Year Spring (14 Credits)

  • 77:705:322 - Nursing Care Provider II (2)
  • 77:705:314 - Health and Illness of Infants, Children, and Adolescents (6)
  • 77:705:320 - Health and Illness of Adults and Older Adults I (6)

Senior Year Fall (15 Credits)

  • 77:705:409 - Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing (6)
  • 77:705:415 - Health and Illness of Adults and Older Adults II (6)
  • 77:705:490 - Nursing Informatics (3) (or approved technology course equivalent)

Senior Year Spring (12 Credits)

  • 77:705:444 - Community Health Nursing (6)
  • 77:705:498 - Leadership and Management in Nursing (6)


     
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