The Snow College nursing program is a very rigorous, time-intensive program. Students are expected to attend all classes, labs and clinical assignments as scheduled.
The RN program starts the end of August.
|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|
Please note, to earn an Associate of Science in Nursing, which is required to take the National Council of State Boards of Nursing exam (NCLEX-RN), the following elective courses are required:
The Snow College Associate of Science of Nursing does not require the Oral Communication or the Physical Education components that are required for an Associate of Science degree.
Please meet with a Snow College Academic Advisor to make sure all requirements for an ASN will be met by the time of graduation from the RN program.
Utah RN license granted upon successful completion of RN- NCLEX test.
NURP 2214 Class Fee: $ 45 (Supply fee) NURP 2190 Class Fee: $ 60 (USNA Conference registration and NCLEX Predictor Test) NURP 2290 Class Fee: $ 50 (preceptor fee)
**SEE COLLEGE FEE TABLE FOR INFORMATION ON TUITION COST
**To apply for Financial Aid over the internet: www.fafsa.ed.gov or call: (435)283-7133 or 7129.