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Stockton University Holding Informational Meetings About New B.S. in Nursing Program in Manahawkin

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STAFFORD - Registered nurses with an associate degree or diploma in nursing who are interested in earning their Bachelor of Science degree are invited to attend informational sessions about Stockton University’s RN-BSN nursing program, which will begin this September in Manahawkin, N.J.

Free sessions will be held at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Monday, June 26 at Stockton at Manahawkin, 712 E. Bay Ave. Attendees should arrive promptly for each session, as they are sequential in nature.

Representatives from Nursing, Admissions, Financial Aid and Academic Advising will be onsite to provide information about the RN-BSN, being offered for the first time at the Manahawkin location. The hybrid program, designed for working professionals, will combine online classes with a face-to-face meeting every other week on Fridays.

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“National trends point toward an increasing demand for baccalaureate-prepared nurses. The School of Health Sciences is committed to providing innovative in-demand programs that meet the health care needs of the region,” said Dean Theresa Bartolotta.

The School of Health Sciences will be expanding further into larger facilities in Ocean County in 2018, providing more students from central and south New Jersey with a convenient location to earn degrees in several fast-growing fields of health care. The university will be opening a 7,915-square-foot expansion, with classroom space, teaching labs and a student lounge adjacent to the current location.

For more information, visit stockton.edu/health-sciences/nursing.

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