Bachelor of Science
School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Westminster helps shape students with an associate-level nursing degree into healthcare leaders with a variety of career opportunities. A focus on individualized instruction, tailored plans of study, and real-world connections sets you up for a successful career. At Westminster, you will be able to build on your existing education and experience to acquire the expertise needed to advance your career.
Who It's For
This program is carefully designed to give registered nurses everything they need to excel in a wide range of healthcare environments.
- Ability to work directly with a program coordinator to create a tailored study plan that works with your schedule
- Class sizes are limited to 11 students to maximize interaction
- One-on-one feedback and mentoring opportunities
- Dedicated professors who know your name, check up on your progress, and make themselves fully available to lend a hand or discuss a question
- A close-knit community that cultivates friendships, giving you connections that will help you advance your career
- Work with faculty and fellow students in online classes, on-campus seminars, coffee shops, and study groups
- Seminars offer a chance to showcase projects, learn together, and meet other professionals in the nursing community
- Volunteer opportunities at places such as local food pantries, rehabilitation centers, Head Start, Salt Lake County Aging, The Inn Between, the English Skills Learning Center, Catholic Community Service, after-school programs, and the juvenile justice system.
How Long It Takes
Start fall, spring, or summer and finish your degree in as few as 3 semesters. Or, you can take fewer classes each semester to leave more room for your existing work.
Accreditation Employers Trust
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing and master’s degree program in nursing at Westminster College are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington DC 20001, (202)887-6791.