16-Month ABSN Nursing School in Salt Lake City — Sandy from GCU¹
Grand Canyon University offers an accelerated nursing program in the Salt Lake City area for those looking to transition from a non-nursing college background into nursing. Earn your BSN in 16 months from an accredited nursing school near Salt Lake City.1
At our ABSN program near Salt Lake City, our three start dates and hybrid format give you flexibility, while our in-person labs and clinical rotations provide you with a hands-on, advanced education. If you have a minimum of 60 college credits or a bachelor’s degree and are looking to become a nurse, consider earning your BSN in Salt Lake City — Sandy. (ABSN program requirements may vary by location).
Why Choose GCU as Your Accelerated BSN Program in Salt Lake City — Sandy?
GCU’s ABSN in the heart of Salt Lake City helps you transition into nursing faster, preparing you with best practices, hands-on experience and knowledge to have a successful, rewarding career. Nursing students at GCU receive a well-rounded education through the lens of a Christian worldview, emphasizing professionalism, critical thinking and ethical decision-making.
For more information visit our Why GCU page.
Accelerated BSN Near Salt Lake City Learning Site
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If you’re ready to begin your nursing career in the Salt Lake City area, request more information.
1 Secondary Applicants must transfer a minimum of 60 of the required 123 credits or have completed a baccalaureate degree which includes nine prerequisite courses/labs and 10 general education courses prior to starting the core nursing courses, which can be completed in as few as 16 months. Direct Entry Applicants that do not transfer 60 credits but meet the minimum requirements can complete these credits through GCU prior to starting the core nursing courses. Depending on the state where student has enrolled or intends to complete the program, student may require additional courses. This may include, but is not limited to, additional general education courses, courses in the major, clinical courses, or a different course sequence. See University Policy Handbook.
2 The earnings referenced were reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (“BLS”), Registered Nurses of May 2020. Due to COVID-19, data from 2020 may be atypical compared to prior years. The pandemic may also impact the predicted future workforce outcomes indicated by the BLS. BLS calculates the median using salaries of workers from across the country and designated areas within the country with varying levels of education and experience and does not reflect the earnings of GCU graduates as Registered Nurses. It also does not reflect a typical entry-level salary. Median income is the statistical midpoint for the range of salaries in a specific occupation. It represents what you would earn if you were paid more money than half the workers in an occupation, and less than half the workers in an occupation. It may give you a basis to estimate what you might earn at some point if you enter this career. You may also wish to compare median salaries if you are considering more than one career path.
3 For more information on the accreditation of nursing programs and other university licensers, please visit our University Accreditation and Regulations page.
4 While all courses are completed online, you will need to attend clinical, practicum and immersion hours in person locally.