Our Associate Degree Nursing Program (ADN) prepares you for entry-level clinical practice as a registered nurse.
Weber State University School of Nursing
Our vision is to lead the nation in innovative learning environments which incorporate technology, challenge learners, develop educators and transform health care worldwide. Whether you’re just starting your nursing education or interested in moving up the career ladder, we have a program for you.
The School of Nursing contains 3 nursing program levels: associate’s (AAS/AS), bachelor’s (BSN) and master’s (MSN/MSN-NP). Each level provides a foundation for the next; as you progress through the levels, you build upon the knowledge and skills gained earlier based on your abilities, aspirations, career goals and changing life circumstances. Along with the option to start in our Associate of Science Degree Nursing Program (ADN), the School of Nursing also offers you the opportunity to move from Practical Nursing (PN) to Associate of Science Degree Nursing (RN) to Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN) to Master of Science in Nursing (MSN).
Practical to Registered Nursing
Our Practical to Registered Nursing Program (PN to RN) allows practical nurses to earn an AAS or AS degree and prepare for clinical practice as a registered nurse.
Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program (RN to BSN) allows working registered nurses to earn a bachelor's degree and move into the professional nurse realm.
Master of Science Nursing
Our Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program at prepares innovative nurse experts who are capable of shaping and advancing the practice and profession of nursing in three areas: MSN Educator, MSN Executive,
Nurse Practitioner, Graduate Certificates
A College of Health Professions advisor is available to guide and assist with career planning.
Licensed PN and RN graduates from non-WSU programs or WSU graduates should speak with an advisor to complete the necessary admission requirements to enter/re-enter the nursing program to advance their nursing knowledge.