I am not sure if you want to come to Felician as a transfer student. I did and still it will take me 4 years to finish (which I found out after I came here). I already have so many credits earned but they make me wait til next year to start my nursing classes (because the program changed and they also get to keep you longer and that's a pure profit for them). So now I have to do 2 minors (bio and psy) just to fill up my schedule and not lose my scholarship
. And I am not the only one, most of the transfers have to take at least one minor, and some chose to do 2 majors. It's crazy - I am a freshmen in nursing but a junior according to my credits (which they recognize and as a junior I get to register for classes earlier than most of my friends).
Last night I was told by one of my professor's that the school is thinking about suspending admissions for 2 years or something like that (I am not sure why, they just changed their curriculum). Also, juniors and seniors are very dissatisfied with the program because the faculty is very unsupportive and if you are not doing well they tell you flat out to change your major. Graduation rate is pretty low, out of over 100 accepted there is about 30-40 that actually last till the end. Still, if you make it supposedly the school is very well regarded and you are very likely to get a job.
Anyway, good luck - whatever you decide to do. I would look into F Dickinson, Broomfield, William Patterson, or Seton Hall (I regret that I din't ask around before I made my decision)