To major in Health Sciences, students must take 60 credit hours of Major Requirements and Electives (may vary slightly depending on lab courses taken). Students should to plan to take courses in person, on the Camden campus, although some courses are sometimes offered online.
Students must complete a total of 120 credits to graduate, including General Education Requirements. Several courses may overlap with Major requirements. Courses may be counted as both Major and General Education Requirements.
Students should follow the curriculum worksheet according to when they began their degree.
If you are a student who is pre-nursing you should talk with your college advisor and/or the Health Sciences undergraduate program coordinator (Dr. Dunaev) to be sure you are taking all the correct courses for this education path. (Please note: taking all courses required does not guarantee acceptance into the Rutgers-Camden nursing program.)