The Georgian Court-Meridian Health School of Nursing is a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) program designed for first-time students. The B.S.N. program requires 129 credits for completion; 64 of those credits are nursing courses. The program, designed by doctorally educated nursing professionals, prepares professional nurses who work in collaboration with other members of the health care team to provide holistic, patient-centered care. Through participation in the teaching-learning process, graduates of the program will be able to integrate scientific evidence with the health care needs and values of patients, families, groups, and communities.
Georgian Court-Meridian Health School of Nursing is offered through a partnership with Meridian Health, an integrated health system located in Monmouth and Ocean County. This partnership offers multiple benefits, including access to American Nurses Credentialing Center (AACN) Magnet certified clinical sites, clinical faculty, and state of the art high technology learning labs. The Meridian Health (MH) model of Evidence-Based Care (EBC) also helped to support the development of the GC-MH SON curriculum and guides learning and clinical experiences.