Utah’s College of Nursing offers an inclusive, challenging and supportive environment dedicated to the humanities, technology, and scientific findings. Students have an opportunity to experience working in various conditions with individuals, families, and populations in diverse settings and health care systems.
This enhances the innovation, development and leadership of initiatives that promote safety, quality, cultural sensitivity, and cost-effectiveness of patient care.
The single discipline offered by college is nursing.
The University of Utah also called U of U or simply The U, it is a public research university in Salt Lake City, Utah. The University is dedicated to innovation and creating global leaders. The University of Utah offers 150 academic departments and programs. With a gender distribution of 52% male students and 48% female students for its undergraduate courses, 12% of the students live in college-owned, -operated or -affiliated housing and 88% of students live off-campus
70% of freshmen graduate within 6 years, which is the highest graduation rate of any public university in the state. The student-to-faculty ratio is 17:1 ensuring a real student-centred approach.
To study in a classroom with students from across the world is a very unique experience. The University of Utah has a 4.5% international study population making the classroom diverse.
Salt Lake City — located in the gorgeous western region of the US — is known for its quality of life and double-digit job growth. Students love the city’s energy, international culture, and outdoor recreation activities.
*Please note that entry requirements vary by program track.
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