B.S. in Allied Health Technologies (AHT)

Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health Technologies are required to:
  1. Satisfy all entrance requirements;
  2. Complete all University & Core Requirements prior to enrollment at UMDNJ;
  3. Maintain an overall 2.75 GPA with a grade of "C" or better in all prerequisite science and math courses; and
  4. Earn a minimum of 550 on TOEFL Exam for applicants with foreign credentials who are transferring into the AHT programs.
General Education Requirements (48 credits)

College competencies (24 credits)

ENWR1101      Academic Writing
ENWR1102      Academic Research & Writing
SPCH1155       Public Speaking
MATH1107     Pre Calculus
MEDT1130     Bioethics
BIOL1103/1113     Anatomy & Physiology I & lab
BIOL1104/1114     Anatomy & Physiology II & lab

Liberal Arts Electives (16 credits)

CSCI1105        Computer & Computer Software
MATH1202     Calculus I
PHIL1000        Life of the Mind
PSYC1103      General Psychology
PSYC2201      Statistics

University Requirements (8 credits)

UNIV1001       Transitioning to University Life
UNIV1002        Preparing for Professional Life
UNIV2001       Cross-cultural Perspectives 
UNIV2002       Global Issues     

Major Requirements   (44 credits)

BIOL1251/1253     General Biology I
BIOL1252/1254     General Biology II
BIOL2125/2126     Microbiology for Health Sciences
CHEM1201/1203     General Chemistry I & lab
CHEM1202/1204     General Chemistry II & lab
CHEM2261/2263     Organic Chemistry I & lab
CHEM2262/2264     Organic Chemistry II  & lab
CHEM3281     Biochemistry I
PHYS2203/2201     University Physics I & lab
PHYS2204/2202     University Physics II & lab
NURS4420     Health Care Management

Total credits (92 credits)

After completion of three years of study (a minimum of 92 credits) at FDU, the program is completed in 12 – 15 months at Rutgers University-SHRP. With the successful completion of the program at Rutgers-SHRP the student will earn the BS in Allied Health Technologies.

A minimum of 123 credits is required for graduation.