The prerequisites for the accelerated program are no different than those required for BSN applicants including a minimum of 2 semesters of physiology and anatomy, as well as some credits in biology, microbiology, psychology, developmental psychology, statistics, biostatistics, chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry.Does NJCU offer student insurance?
NJCU requires all full-time undergraduate and graduate students as defined by the University (12 or more credits for undergraduate, 9 or more credits for graduate) to carry health insurance. All full time students are automatically charged and must take action if they wish to waive the fee. The waiver website opens the week of December 1, 2020.Is it hard to get into Accelerated BSN programs?
The short answer is yes, accelerated nursing programs can be difficult to get into. It is important to understand each school is a bit different and comes with different standards and requirements. However, as spots are limited and there often are more applicants than spots, the program must be selective and pick out the best candidates for the program.What do Accelerated BSN programs look for?
Accelerated BSN programs are competitive; schools often look for students who have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Many programs also meet with prospective students or provide a pre-screening questionnaire to identify individuals who will succeed in this type of program. Unfortunately, there can be misconceptions about accelerated nursing programs.