OF B.S.N. PROGRAM OF STUDY
AT KEAN UNIVERSITY
admission, all nursing students are awarded 30 credits for nursing education
completed at the AS, AAS or diploma level as well as additional credits for
courses taken in an approved college.
UNIVERSITY PROGRAM OF STUDY:
30 to 32 credits in general education courses are required for
graduation. General education courses
are divided into Foundation Requirements (12 S.H.) and Disciplinary &
Interdisciplinary Requirements (6 S.H.), Social Science (6 S.H.), Science &
Math (8 S.H.) and additional required courses (15-17 S.H.).
Nursing Major Requirements
There are four support courses
and nine nursing required courses for the B.S.N. These courses constitute the major in nursing
at Kean and can be completed by most full time students in four semesters. Part
time students may elect from a variety of patterns to complete degree requirements. Most part-time students complete the program
in three to four years.
are four required support courses totaling twelve credits offered by other
academic disciplines. Like the nursing
courses, these are scheduled to enable students to attend during the Friday
schedule or during the summer. They are as follows:
of the Family
Problems in Health Care
to Public Health
of nine nursing courses (31 credits) make up the upper division nursing
core. Five have a clinical component,
and four are lecture/seminar courses. Kean
University Nursing courses at RVCC are offered on Friday during the day and clinical
sections are offered on Wednesdays during the day.
Additional 3-7 credits of courses selected by the student are required for