Learning Comes Alive
Learning comes alive as students move from the classroom to actual patient care through the clinical simulation laboratory. Students assess, diagnose, and treat actual and potential health problems in an effort to promote, restore, or maintain health. Baccalaureate graduates develop their ability to be sensitive to the welfare of others, communicate effectively, evaluate research findings, think critically, solve problems, and utilize appropriate technology as they provide quality nursing care to people of all ages.
Student resources include a fully equipped Nursing Learning Center with audiovisual and computer learning aides, as well as a research center, and a state-of-the-art clinical simulation laboratory. Clinical practice opportunities exist in a variety of urban and rural hospital, home, and community settings along the Wasatch Front and beyond. Students gain extended experiences with specialized national and international health-care experiences.