The Snow College RN program is a very rigorous, time-intensive program. Students are expected to attend all classes, labs, and clinical assignments as scheduled. Theory classes are held one day a week, typically on Tuesdays. Clinical days are held at least one day a week. Days and times vary depending on the clinical site; shifts are generally 12 hours. Clinical sites are located in Central Utah.
|NURP 2130 Treatment Modalities||2:2:0|
|NURP 2114 Advanced Nursing Care Adult and Child||3:3:0|
|NURP 2214 Advanced Nursing Care Adult and Child Clinical||4:0:12|
|Total credits – fall:||9|
|NURP 2180 Mental Health Nursing Across the Lifespan||2:2:0|
|NURP 2280 Mental Health Nursing Across the Lifespan Clinical||1:0:3|
|NURP 2190 Patient Care Management||2:2:0|
|NURP 2290 Patient Care Management Clinical||3:0:9|
|Total credits – spring:||8|
|Total credits for the year:||17|
Students must register for all nursing courses offered each semester. All RN courses must be passed with a minimum grade of “B-” to continue in the RN program and to earn an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN).