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RN-MSN program

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does anyone know any bridge programs from RN (asn) to MSN other then UMDNJ? im looking to go PT but we also want to move to toms river and commuting to the stratford campus or the newark campus would be hard for me....i graduate this May from an ASN program but want to eventually get an NP and i figured the bridge program would be the best/fastest way to go

Try Kean University as well as College of New Jersey. However you didnt state this in your message, but the programs usually require you have a bachelors in nursing or a bachelor degree in another field. I have applied for Kean's program.. still waiting for a response. Well good luck.. any other questions just ask.

Try Kean University as well as College of New Jersey. However you didnt state this in your message, but the programs usually require you have a bachelors in nursing or a bachelor degree in another field. I have applied for Kean's program.. still waiting for a response. Well good luck.. any other questions just ask.

the program im looking into at UMDNJ u dont need a bachelors in something else for...its for associate level RN's that want to go right into the MSN....heres a C&P from umdnj's website for their requirements: i would love to find something like this in south jersey too but kean & tcnj both require u to have a bachelors in something else...guess i will have to keep looking lol i figure i have til april or else ill just apply to umdnj

1. graduation from a U.S. or equivalent National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC)

diploma or associate degree in nursing program,

2. a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0,

3. Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in New Jersey

4. Completion of a Basic Statistics course including inferential and descriptive statistics with a minimum

grade of "C",

5. three letters of recommendation,

6. a minimum score of 95 out of 120 (computer-based) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language

(TOFEL) for applicants who are not graduates of a U.S. college or university,

7. evidence of current American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) certification for Adult, Child,

Infant and AED,

]8. completion of all prerequisite course requirements

heres a link to the program if anyone else is interested in it

http://sn.umdnj.edu/academics/rn2msn/RNMSNcurriculumsheet-111805.pdf

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