About Utica University
Established in 1946, Utica University is an accredited institution known for its excellent academic programs and outstanding faculty committed to student success.
As a private, nonprofit university, we ground our educational philosophy in:
- Ethical behavior and integrity
- Freedom of expression
- Open, honest communication
- The well-being of others
For more than 25 years, Utica University has offered a diverse mix of nursing programs. In that time, we have become a leader in nursing education with our innovative programs designed to meet the growing needs of the community.
Contact us to learn more about the Utica ABSN program or the Transfer BSN program.
About the Utica ABSN Program and the Transfer Program: Satellite Locations
Utica University has two satellite locations in place to support our ABSN program and our Transfer BSN program pathway. The first, launched in January 2013, is located in Syracuse, NY (approximately 55 miles from our main campus in Utica, New York). The newest location in Albany, NY (approximately 100 miles from our main campus) was launched in 2022. It’s important to note that the ABSN program is available at both learning sites, while the Transfer BSN is available at Albany only. As a nursing student, you’ll go to a learning site to take proctored exams, participate in clinical skills classes, and complete nursing simulation labs under the guidance of faculty.
When deciding which of our programs is right for you, it’s also important to consider our Transfer BSN program differs slightly from the ABSN program. While the ABSN offers online courses, in-person labs and clinical rotations, the Transfer BSN program offers face-to-face classes supported by an online platform.
Not only do our programs fulfill the state’s need for nurses by producing practice-ready care providers, but they make the ABSN curriculum more accessible to more qualified students. Developed by the Utica University Department of Nursing, the accelerated nursing curriculum is designed to teach students how to:
- Adapt the theories of a liberal education into nursing practice.
- Demonstrate leadership in delivering high-quality patient care.
- Adhere to the legal and ethical standards when practicing nursing.
- Provide safe, competent and ethical care across the patient lifespan.