The Utica ABSN curriculum follows a logical, effective sequence of online coursework, hands-on learning, and real-world clinical practice over four semesters. The full-time program comprises 62 credit hours—including 225 hours of labs and 588 hours of clinical rotations, which begin during the first semester.
- Online coursework teaches important nursing theory concepts such as cultural diversity, nursing informatics, and evidence-based practice.
- Skills and nursing simulation labs provide hands-on learning with faculty in a controlled, risk-free environment.
- Clinical rotations provide diverse patient care experiences in specialty areas such as adult health, obstetrics, intensive care, mental health, and health management.