Are you a prospective, current or past* student of:
NJCU is offering a Joint Admissions Program in partnership wtih HCCC, BMCSON, and CHSON. This unique program allows students to earn credits toward their HCCC associate degree and their NJCU bachelor's degree at the same time, and make a seamless transfer to NJCU after graduating from HCCC. Students can transfer up to 70 credits toward their NJCU B.S.N. degree.
*BMCSON / CHSON graduates must have received their degree no earlier than 2011 to be eligible for the program.
As an associate degree candidate at HCCC, you may use the joint application to apply to the Christ Hospital School of Nursing and/or Bayonne Medical Center School of Nursing - as well as to NJCU's B.S.N. program. Once you have been accepted to either School of Nursing, you will automatically be accepted into NJCU's B.S.N. program - there is no need for an application or transfer request. Your enrollment at NJCU will be activated upon successful completion of your associate's degree and nursing diploma.
As part of this program, you will receive personalized academic and financial aid advising to help you design your four-year program across all institutions. To get started, contact CHSON or BMCSON to receive your joint application materials.
Questions? Please contact the Nursing Department for assistance - we can help you find the information you need.
The below curriculum outline serves as a guideline. Prospective students are encouraged to contact the Nursing Department to create a personalized academic plan.
College Survival Skills
College Composition II
Bayonne Medical Center / Christ Hospital Courses
**Students attending BMCSON should take the 1-credit Nursing Seminar. Students attending CHSON should take the 2-credit Nursing Leadership. Please note that a maximum of 70 credits will transfer to NJCU.
Sociology of the Family
Principles of Chemistry
Total NJCU Credits
Total B.S.N. Credits
*Please view our catalog for course descriptions.**Upon successful completion of NURS 357 - BSN Transitions, students will receive 17 credits which are held in escrow. Students must pay a $150 processing fee to receive the escrow credits.