Why Ameritech College of Healthcare?
- Earning a degree in nursing has never been more convenient! You can become a nurse in less than two years with Ameritech’s registered nursing program in Draper, Utah.
- Ameritech has built a reputation as a leader in registered nursing education in Utah. Ask an admissions advisor about our NCLEX pass rates and other student outcomes.
- Graduates are generalists in the field of nursing, which means you’re prepared to provide client care in a variety of healthcare settings.
- Graduates have the option to complete their bachelor of science in nursing by enrolling in the online RN-BSN Degree Completion program offered at Ameritech College of Healthcare.
The registered nurse education (AS) program provides students with the opportunity to learn through theory and practical applications how to be professional nurse leaders in caring for patients, families, and communities. Students prepare for a career in nursing through lecture, laboratory, and clinical experiences. Additionally, the nursing program offered at Ameritech College of Healthcare utilizes a complex human patient simulator to enhance clinical and critical thinking skills. Students also take general education courses that supplement and enhance the nursing courses.
Ameritech College of Healthcare has been granted accreditation from the Accrediting Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN, formerly NLNAC).
“Ameritech had a relentless pursuit for me to succeed not only as a student but as a person.”
– Chad, Nursing Graduate
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All students who completed between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015 are included in the job placement rate calculation. Students with the following situations are excluded: military obligations, health-related issues, incarceration, continuing education, and death.