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Southern Utah University

Southern Utah University 351 W University Boulevard Cedar City, UT 84720, (435) 586-7700
The Department of Nursing in Southern Utah University prepares graduates to successfully enter nursing practice by offering well-planned and pedagogically sound learning exercises in courses and in research projects that develop skills in analysis, critical thinking, problem solving, and ethical decision making. The department offers students hands-on experiences with state-of- the-art health care equipment and providing coursework and clinical practicum opportunities.



Salt Lake Community College

Salt Lake Community College 3491 West Wights Fort Road, West Jordan UT 84088, (801) 957-4568
Salt Lake Community College is a public, open-access, comprehensive community college committed to serving the broader community. Its mission is to provide quality higher education and lifelong learning to people of diverse cultures, abilities, and ages, and to serve the needs of community and government agencies, business, industry and other employers. The Salt Lake Community College Nursing Program offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in Nursing, which enables graduates to apply for the NCLEX exam for registered nursing. Also offered is the Advanced Placement Program for practical nurses returning for an AAS degree.



Utah State University, College of Eastern Utah

451 E 400 North, UT 84501, (435) 613-5000
Students in Utah State University have two options in nursing education. Students can attend one year of classes to obtain a Certificate of Completion in Practical Nursing for LPN licensure, and enter the job market; or if they are interested and qualified, can obtain an Associate of Applied Science degree in Nursing for RN licensure. Currently licensed LPN's who choose to continue their nursing education can also apply for entrance into the associate degree program.



Ameritech College

12257 Business Park Dr Ste 108, Draper UT 84020, (801) 816-1444
The objective of the Nursing AAS program of study is to prepare students to become eligible for licensure as a registered nurse. The program provides students the opportunity to learn through theory and practical applications how to be professional nurse leaders in caring for patients, families, and communities. Students are prepared for a career in nursing through lecture, laboratory, and clinical experiences. Additionally, the Nursing Program offered at AmeriTech College utilizes a complex human patient simulator to enhance clinical and critical thinking skills. Students are also expected to take general education courses that are integrated into the program to supplement and enhance the Nursing courses.



Provo College

1450 West 820 North, Provo UT 84601, (801) 818-8900
Provo College's accredited Nursing program gives its students the education they need to begin their nursing career with confidence. The graduates of the Associate of Science degree in Nursing program are trained in Patient care, Nursing fundamentals, Pharmacology, Therapeutic treatment interventions, Medical/surgical and critical care nursing, Leadership, Mental health nursing, Mother/baby and pediatric nursing, Community nursing, and Licensure examination preparation.



Weber State University

Weber State University 3903 University Circle, Ogden UT 84408-3903, (801) 626-6132
WSU Nursing offers career progression opportunities: You can move from Practical Nursing (PN) to Associate of Science Degree Nursing (RN) to Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN) to Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) via a ladder curriculum, which allows you to climb through these levels according to your individual abilities, aspirations, career goals and changing life circumstances. The program provides a foundation from the physical, biological, behavioral and nursing sciences that you can apply in caring for clients in a variety of nursing environments.



Utah Valley University

Utah Valley University 800 W University Parkway, Orem UT 84058, (801) 863-8190
The mission of the Nursing Programs in Utah Valley University is to provide quality nursing education, helping students to cultivate requisite knowledge, sound clinical judgment, and a foundation for lifelong learning, as they progress toward becoming competent, caring nurses in a complex and changing health care environment.



Western Governors University

Western Governors University 4001 S 700 E, Suite 700, Salt Lake City, UT 84107, (877) 435-7948
In WGU you can get a Bachelor or Master's degree in nursing online. These programs were developed by employers for the specific needs of the industry. When you graduate from WGU, you can be certain you’ll have the skills and knowledge the workplace demands. At WGU, you earn your degree by demonstrating skills and knowledge in subject areas through a series of assessments. There are no traditional classrooms; no need to spend unnecessary time studying the concepts you already know. You can leverage your experience and prior education to complete your assessments quicker. You have a great deal of control over your education.



Bridgerland Applied Technology College

1301 N 600 W, Logan UT 84321, (435) 753-6780
Practical Nursing education at Bridgerland Applied Technology College is accomplished through continuous, sequential instruction, which progresses from simple to complex concepts and theories. Theory and skills are taught concurrently and utilized immediately, first in a simulated lab setting, then in health care facilities under the supervision of clinical faculty.



Stevens-Henager College, Ogden

Stevens-Henegar College 1890 S 1350 W, Ogden UT 84409-0428, (801) 394-7791
The Stevens Henager College offers an associate in nursing degree program, leading to an RN licensure. This associate's degree in nursing education ADN program is designed to give you the skills and knowledge you need to become a competent and accountable generalist nurse in a variety of settings. This ADN program combines classroom theory, patient care simulation and skills labs, clinical experiences in hospitals, and more. Completion of both general education courses and nursing core courses are required for completion of this ADN program.






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