R.N. to B.S.N to M.S.N.
This program is designed to allow R.N.s to earn a B.S.N. and then an M.S.N. 66 credits from the Associate Degree will be accepted as transfer credit. Students must take 36 credits in Nursing, and can transfer in an additional ___ credits to earn a 128 credit B.S.N degree. The other 30 nursing credits are taken at FDU. R.N. students can also transfer up to 35 of the 68 arts and science credits that make up the 128-credit B.S.N. degree.
This R.N. to B.S.N. to M.S.N program includes 3 graduate courses, which may be counted toward the M.S.N. program.
Students can enter in Fall, Spring or Summer, and take classes on a part-time or full-time basis.
Three graduate courses are incorporated into the RN-BSN program, and may be counted as part of the M.S.N.
In addition to its undergraduate nursing options, Fairleigh Dickinson’s School of Nursing and Allied Health offers graduate studies leading to the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and post-graduate certificates in nursing education, advanced nursing practice, nursing administration and nursing information systems.