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Bachelor of Science
School of Nursing and Health Sciences


We help shape students with an associate-level nursing degree into healthcare leaders with a world full of career opportunities. Our focus on individualized instruction, custom-tailored plans of study, and real-world connections means you’re set up for a successful career.

Who It's For

This program is carefully designed to give registered nurses everything they need to excel in a wide range of healthcare environments.

Key Benefits

Think Beyond the Textbook

We’ll offer hands-on learning opportunities and a tailored plan of study that works with your schedule.

How Long It Takes

Start fall, spring, or summer and finish your degree in as few as 3 semesters. Or, you can take fewer classes each semester to leave more room for your existing work.

Accreditation Employers Trust

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The baccalaureate degree program in nursing and master’s degree program in nursing at Westminster College are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington DC 20001, (202)887-6791.

Tran Vo

“I loved the fact that the RN-to-BS was not just your typical online program. I enjoyed coming in to see my classmates and teachers and having those face-to-face interactions that I would not have had in other online classes. The program has helped me learn to step out of my comfort zone at work and has given me the confidence to take on projects in my unit—all skills I needed to have in order to be a great nurse, and I learned it from this program.”

Tran Vo ’16, Bone Marrow Transplant clinical nurse, Huntsman Cancer Hospital
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About the Program

Emerge a Confident Leader in the Healthcare World

Grounded in well-rounded liberal arts, our program is enriched by faculty who actively mentor, support, and share their own clinical experiences. You'll gain more than skills: you'll develop expertise in patient care technologies, healthcare policy, conflict resolution, creative problem-solving, and evidence-based practice.

What You'll Learn

  • Work directly with a program coordinator to create a study plan that balances your work and family life.
  • Fuel your learning by working with faculty and fellow students in online classes, on-campus seminars, coffee shops, and study groups.
  • Make the most of our small class sizes, which are limited to 11 students to maximize interaction.
  • Learn from professors who know your name, check up on your progress, and make themselves truly available to lend a hand or discuss a question.
  • Seminars are a chance to showcase projects, learn together, and meet other professionals in the nursing community.
  • Students have volunteered at local food pantries, rehabilitation centers, Head Start, Salt Lake County Aging, The Inn Between, the English Skills Learning Center, Catholic Community Service, after-school programs, and the juvenile justice system.

Want to learn more about the RN-to-BS in Nursing program?

A dedicated admissions counselor will reach out to you with personalized information to help with your search for the right program.

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Career Opportunities

Nurses graduating from Westminster programs are in high demand thanks to the critical thinking, professionalism, and work ethic our students develop.

Our faculty leverages their experience and industry connections to help students find jobs that suit their interests and skill sets.

Student Success

Westminster nurses are the first to be hired because employers know that our graduates have the skills and competencies to lead teams and organizations.

Here's where our recent graduates have gone:

  • Graduate Programs
    • 9 students are in a nurse practitioner program
    • 2 students in a nurse anesthesia program
    • 1 student in a nurse educator program
    • 1 student who has applied to medical school.
  • Career Promotions
    • 2 graduates working in management
    • 2 graduates working in case management
    • 1 graduate teaching in a regional LPN program
Alyssa Vest

"Westminster’s RN-to-BS program has been so valuable to my career as a registered nurse. I graduated with my bachelor’s degree in just three semesters and was accepted into graduate school. I could not be happier with the education I received at Westminster College."

Alyssa Vest ’14
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Learn More About the RN-to-BS in Nursing Program

Check Out the RN-to-BS in Nursing Department

Tuition and Aid

There's No Better Investment Than You

You want a college experience where you matter—a school that will serve as a launchpad for a meaningful life. At Westminster, we are committed to making this experience more affordable to all motivated and talented students, regardless of family financial standing. You will be no exception.

With the highest percentage of students who complete one or more internships in the state, our students hit the ground running with real-world experience. Plus, 90% of our students were either employed or attending graduate school within 5 months of graduating. With a Westminster degree, you don't have to choose between a successful career and a fulfilling life.

Tuition and Fees (2016–2017)

Full-Time Annual Tuition (12–16 credits)

$525 per credit hour


Utah Poetry Festival

Apr 27, 2019 | 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

The Utah Poetry Festival is free and open to the public.

Lunch and evening reception are included.

To register, email by April 17.


Converse Hall

10–11:15 a.m. K–8 Pedagogy Roundtable

Susan Anderson and Natasha Sajé, facilitators

11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m. 9–12 Pedagogy Roundtable

Whitney Borup, Joanna Ellsworth, Tim Erickson, Joel Long


Gore Auditorium

10–10:50 a.m. Utah State Poetry Society

Bill Asplund, Bob Bader, Paul Ford, Maurine Haltiner, David Knowlton, Anita Krotze, Steven Leitch, Patricia Peterson, Don Smith, N. Colwell Snell

11–11:50 a.m. Poets Laureate

Lisa Bickmore, Katharine Coles, Star Coulbrooke, Lance Larsen, Paisley Rekdal, Brad L. Roghaar

12–12:50 p.m. Northern Wasatch (Weber, Ogden, Logan)

Shanan Ballam, Brock Dethie, Benjamin Gunsberg, Abraham Smith, Michael Sowder, Laura Stott, Sunni Wilkinson

1–2:00 p.m. Lunch


2–2:50 p.m. Writing Exercises Roundtable (all ages and grade levels)

Lance Larsen , Anita Slusser, Adam Tavel

3–3:50 p.m. Community Outreach

Michelle Donahue, Trish Hopkinson, Cindy King, Michael McLane, David Pace

4–4:50 p.m. Poems to Teach (all ages and grade levels)

Steve Haslam, Susan Howe, Lance Larsen, Jacqueline Osherow, Susan Sample, Brenda Siezckowski


2–2:50 p.m. Southern Utah (Price, Moab, St. George, Springdale, Bluff)

Danielle Dubrasky, Susan Howe, Cindy King, Jason Olsen, Willy Palomo, Nancy Takacs

3–3:50 p.m. Provo and Salt Lake

Tacey Atsitty, Alex Caldiero, Kara van de Graaf, Kimberly Johnson, Ashley Seitz Kramer, Dave Nielsen, Jacqueline Osherow, Natasha Sajé

4–4:50 p.m. Slam Poets

Chris Atkin, Henry Beal, Marianne Hales Harding, Erika Larsen, Jesse Parent, Rilee Pickle, Melissa Salguero, Gabe Soloman, Lewis Westbrook, Enan Whitby

5–6 p.m. Reception and Book Signing

Funding provided by the Utah Division of Arts and Museums, Utah Humanities, and Westminster College



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