The mission of Rutgers School of Nursing reflects the beliefs of the faculty and gives direction to the curricula of the baccalaureate, the master's, and the doctoral nursing programs, as well as to the Centers of Excellence, Center for Professional Development, and Educational Opportunity Fund programs. The college's mission and goals are congruent with the university's tripartite mission of education, research, and service. The School of Nursing's mission is to educate students, advance the discipline of nursing through research and scholarship, provide service responsive to the health care needs of multicultural populations, and demonstrate local, national, and international leadership in informing health care outcomes. The primary purposes of the School of Nursing are to provide baccalaureate education for those entering the profession of nursing and for those registered nurses wishing to obtain a baccalaureate degree, and to provide graduate education at the master's and doctoral levels.
The university reserves the right for any reason to cancel or modify any course or program listed in the catalogs. In addition, individual course offerings and programs may vary from year to year.