Nursing, A.S.N.

The UVU Nursing Program is a student-centered engaged learning experience where faculty facilitates learning nursing care through simulation and patient care. The Associate in Science in Nursing w/BSN Completion (ASN) program prepares the graduate to function individually as a member of the healthcare team in structured healthcare settings in which clients have common health problems. Acceptance into the ASN program is by a competitive, point-based application process. Prerequisite courses must be completed before applying to the program. For more information on applying to the ASN program see our website at or contact the Pre-Nursing advisors in LC 404 at 863-6484. After completing the 4 semesters of the ASN program, students would be eligible to graduate with an ASN and apply to take the NCLEX-RN exam. Graduates of the ASN program would be eligible to remain in the program, and seamlessly transition to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) portion of the program. BSN completion takes an additional 2 full time semesters if students have also completed all the GE requirements, ZOOL 4400, and MATH 1040 or MATH 2040.

Matriculation Requirements

  1. Acceptance into Nursing program (see Advisor for current prerequisite requirements).