What a Degree Will Do For You

As a current RN you are ready to advance. As a BSN program graduate, you will have the skills, and abilities needed to advance as a nursing professional. A BSN degree is required for entry into graduate nursing programs. Entering students and nurses will learn and apply leadership skills, genomics, global health perspectives, and research for practice. Take the next step towards your career goals and start your BSN Online degree.

 

Online Benefits

You have the opportunity to work as a nurse while taking BSN online courses. Earn your degree to advance in your career, while maintaining a work-life balance.

Career Progression

A BSN degree will open opportunities for you for future schooling. As you progress in your schooling, you can advance in your career to become a nurse practitioner, nurse anesthetist, nurse midwife, DNP, and have a PhD in nursing.

Earn Credit

Our faculty are qualified professionals in the nursing field. The experienced staff is skilled in teaching and student success. You will gain the necessary education to excel in your future schooling endeavors.

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Online Quality

96% Oversall Satisfaction of Online Instruction

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Working Students

80% of UVU Students are Employed

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First to Attend

38% of UVU Students are the First in Their Family to Go to College.

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Adult Learners Welcome

27% of UVU Students are 25 Years or Older. We've made it our tradition to serve non-traditional students.

UVU Online is Flexible. You can do this.

Designed to fit your busy life, online courses provide you with the flexibility you need. When you're a Wolverine Online, you're a Wolverine. Period. We focus on teaching all students. You'll have access to resources and a team to support you. Before class even begins, you'll have access to tutorials to help you succeed in the online environment. Your online admissions counselor and academic advisor can direct you to additional resources to help you succeed.

UVU Online. Same UVU. Same Degree.

UVU is an open admission, public, non-profit institution with a commitment to student success. You'll earn the same degree earned by traditional on-campus students -- they even look the same! You’ll work with the same experienced full-time faculty and talented part-time professionals who are contributors and practitioners in government and industry. At graduation, we hope you'll consider participating in UVU commencement and convocation ceremonies here on campus.

UVU Online is Affordable.

UVU provides incredible value and offers flat tuition above 12 credits.* Consider taking 'just one more" class to help you maximize your investment and graduate sooner. Nearly half (46%) of UVU students receive some form of financial aid that does not need to be repaid. 54% of UVU Bachelor Degree Graduates and 70% of Associate's Degree graduates leave with $0 student debt. Financial aid and scholarship opportunities at UVU may surprise you. You may qualify for federal grants and loans by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and there are more than 250 different scholarship options available. *Equal tuition payment is available for most students taking between 12 and 18 credit hours. Does not include specialized program fees or graduate programs.

Resources & Services

We're Here to help YOU Succeed. As on online student, you're not alone. You'll have access to UVU resources to support you on your way to your UVU online degree.

  • Financial Aid
  • Library
  • Academic Tutoring
  • Academic Advising
  • Accessibility Services
  • Career Development Center
  • Proctoring
  • Canvas Support
  • Learning Strategies Support
  • UV Mentors
  • Women's Success Center
  • ...and more

Let's get started!

Meet Kathy, your online admission specialist.
She wants to help you become a Wolverine.

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Kathy Hafen

Admissions Counselor

Phone: 801-863-6317

Contact Now

*This degree is offered in a primarily online delivery format, but includes program specific or general education courses that may require students to come to the UVU campus testing center for proctored assessments (quizzes, exams, etc) or use a certified distance testing location.

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