Department of Nursing

The Caldwell nursing program features healthcare simulation to improve safety, effectiveness, and efficiency of patient care.
The Caldwell nursing program offers learning opportunities difficult to obtain in real-life.
The Caldwell nursing program offers collaborative settings to address knowledge-in-action, procedures, decision-making, and effective communication.
The Caldwell nursing program features mobile, versatile and technology-led learning spaces.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) Program

Caldwell University’s B.S.N. program is an exceptional educational opportunity fortified with a curriculum that prepares the nurses for tomorrow. The program is structured to provide a strong liberal arts foundation that is further developed in nursing course work, clinical and laboratory activities. Clinical experience in health care agencies and community centers in the region compliment course work and broaden professional and leadership preparation. Simulation activities integrated throughout the program improve safety and quality.

Our graduates provide safe, effective patient care to a diverse population and practice in all types of health care settings.

The Nursing Program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.



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Nursing News      

  • Caldwell University Awarded Grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 07/29/2014 logo-square-94x75Caldwell, N.J. – July 29, 2014 – Caldwell University has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through its New Jersey Health Initiatives program as part of its New Paths to Professional Nursing cohort. With this grant, Caldwell will partner with St. Joseph’s Healthcare System to assist aspiring paraprofessional employees who work at St. Joseph’s to complete the first two ...
  • Nursing Department Holds Annual Convocation and Pinning Ceremony 05/20/2014 2  The Caldwell University Nursing Department helds its 3rd annual nursing convocation and professional pinning May 16.   Thirty-six graduating seniors in the nursing program received their pins, a symbol of pride and accomplishment that unites nurses all over the world.   Marycarol Rossignol, Ph.D., director of the nursing program and professor, told the students that they are entering the healthcare profession at an ...
  • Nursing Student Volunteers in Health Care in Tanzania 03/07/2014 Children with Christina BuonoChristina Buono, a senior nursing student from East Hanover, N.J., spent her winter break from Dec. 28, 2013 to Jan. 16, 2014, volunteering in Tanzania with the organization International Volunteer HQ. In this interview, she shares her experiences. Why did you decide to do this? I have always wanted to travel abroad to be able to experience health care in other countries ...
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