University Closing Early – Sept. 29, 2023

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B.S.N. in Nursing

About the Program

With the rising healthcare needs of today’s society, there is currently a high demand for qualified registered nurses. To meet this demand and educate the nurses of tomorrow, Monmouth University is offering a pre-licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program for students committed to a career in nursing.

Nurses who hold a bachelor’s degree are increasingly recognized as qualified generalists who advance in their field and are eager to realize their full potential. Through this program, students receive the necessary preparation for RN licensure, as well as a valuable, wide-ranging liberal arts education that will keep them ahead of the curve.

Core Courses

  • Issues and Trends in Healthcare
  • Individual Health Assessment
  • Research Methods in Nursing
  • Transcultural Health
  • Transition to Professional Practice

Student Outcomes

Healthcare professionals continue to be in high demand throughout the country. As a graduate of the Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies, you will be ready for a successful career in this field. Through personal attention, hands-on experience, and internships, you will gain the knowledge and skills needed for careers in:

  • Patient care
  • Physical fitness
  • Physical therapy
  • Rehabilitation
  • Substance abuse
  • Education
  • Public Health

Undergraduate Research & Internships

Annemarie Dowling Castronovo

Annemarie Dowling-Castronovo, Ph.D.

Professor, Department Chair


Graduate Center, 205