HENRY P. BECTON SCHOOL OF NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH
Welcome to the School of Nursing and Allied Health.
Our courses and academic programs prepare graduates for careers in nursing, clinical lab studies, and medical and radiologic technology. Our programs are ranked:
- #7 in New Jersey
- #58 in the Mid-Atlantic region
- Among the top 20% of more than 3,000 nursing institutions nationwide
The School of Nursing and Allied Health is celebrating 67 years of providing excellent nursing education, with 3,679 graduates as of this year. We offer undergraduate, BA/BS to BSN, master and doctoral nursing programs.
Our School began as a department in 1952, just a decade after Fairleigh Dickinson University was founded. In 1993, the department was designated as the School of Nursing and in 2019 became the Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health. Since 2015, the School has offered programs at both FDU northern New Jersey campuses.
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