College of Nursing Information Session
Please note our event location:
For the October 24 info session, which focuses ONLY on the B.S.N. Accelerated Second Degree program:
Georgian Court University
McAuley Heritage Center
900 Lakewood Avenue
(For GPS, use 517 Ninth Street)
Lakewood, NJ 08701
For all other info sessions:
Seton Hall University
Schwartz Hall, Second Floor Lounge
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079
Visit the College of Nursing during one of our info sessions to see for yourself how our programs can help you take your nursing career to the next level. Meet Dean Phyllis Hansell, as well as our program directors, faculty and nursing alumni, and learn more about our programs, which include:
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.)
- Ph.D. in Nursing
- M.S.N. or Post Master's Certificate: Advanced Practice Nursing -- Nurse Practitioner Programs with an Adult (Acute or Primary Care) or Pediatric (Primary Care) focus
- M.S.N. and Certification in Health Systems Administration
- M.S.N. and Certification in Case Management
- M.S.N. and Certification in School Nursing
- M.A. in Nursing Education
- M.S.N.: Entry into Practice for Non-Nurses (Clinical Nurse Leader)
- R.N.-to-M.S.N. Bridge
- B.S.N. Accelerated Second Degree
- B.S.N. General Second Degree
If you are a high school senior interested in our traditional four-year B.S.N. program, we encourage you instead to click here. You will be able to register for a campus tour, check out a few videos, and more.
The College of Nursing is truly where nurses are inspired to become leaders. Our graduates hold health care leadership positions in New Jersey, throughout the United States and the world beyond. Now is your chance to learn how to become one of them!
For more information, please contact Kristyn Kent-Wuillermin, Director of Strategic Alliances, Marketing and Enrollment, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (973) 761-9291.
College of Nursing
New Jersey's first nursing college, Seton Hall University's College of Nursing has a great heritage of research and teaching, with courses offered since 1937 and a school of nursing education formally founded a few years later in 1940.
Situated on a 58-acre main campus in South Orange, New Jersey, the College is at the center of a vibrant research and teaching community, where students and academics have found inspiration to grow and succeed for more than 150 years.
As well as being conveniently located near major road and rail links to the north and south of the state, SHU is only 14 miles from New York City, making it the ideal base from which to explore the region further.
The College is home to more than 40 full-time faculty, all of whom have a substantial record of academic achievement, and who help us to deliver the unrivaled combination of evidence-based learning and hands-on expertise that has become the hallmark of a Seton Hall education.
The quality of our faculty is complemented by the extensive facilities available to students, from advanced patient care simulation laboratories to laptop-based learning and wireless Internet access.