About This Program
Whether you're starting your first year of college or already have some classes under your belt, the Utica University FLEX-Track nursing program is your pathway to a rewarding career in the rapidly growing field of nursing.
Why Utica University
Through a combination of online curriculum and lab / practical work on our Florida campuses, the FLEX-Track Nursing program at Utica University allows you to earn a B.S. in Nursing on your schedule, helping you develop the skills to provide quality care to your patients and achieve success in this highly rewarding profession.
As a student in our hybrid nursing program, you can expect a rigorous, full-time format that blends online and experiential learning.
- Online nursing coursework occurs through an interactive e-Learning platform.
- Clinical skills and nursing simulation labs provide hands-on practice in a risk-free environment.
- Clinical rotations at local hospitals provide diverse patient care experiences in advanced medical settings.
- Nursing faculty and staff offer guidance and support every step of the way.
Office of Admissions
Nursing (FLEX-Track) at Utica
I chose Utica because they offered the best course to completing a B.S. in nursing."
- Medical Administration
- Childbearing & Family Nursing
- Critical Care
- Community Health
- And more!
Start When You're Ready
What You'll Learn
With a rigorous learning model that blends online courses and face-to-face onsite labs, live simulations, and clinical rotations, the hybrid nursing program at Utica University is the perfect option to get your started or help you continue on your way to a nursing degree.
A Degree That Works
Utica University's hybrid program in nursing prepares you to take advantage of a growing demand for qualified care providers in critical care, childbearing and family nursing, geriatrics, community health, medical administration, and more. Utica nursing alumni have taken leadership positions at:
- BayCare Health System - Tampa Bay
- BayFront Health
- Holy Cross Hospital - Fort Lauderdale
- Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
- Tampa General Hospital
- Memorial Healthcare - South Florida
- Moffitt Cancer Center - Tampa Bay
- Empath Health - Clearwater, Florida
On the frontlines
In partnership with Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, students administered the COVID-19 vaccine in January 2021 to more than 60 high-risk individuals, including frontline health care workers and people aged 65 and up, as part of phase 1 of the Florida vaccine rollout plan. This once in a lifetime opportunity allowed members of Utica's FLEX-Track nursing program in St. Petersburg to be a part of history as they help fight back against the pandemic.
Why a BS in Nursing?
A growing number of hospitals are only hiring nurses with baccalaureate degrees, and industry trends suggest that an associate degree in nursing could eventually become obsolete. There is also mounting evidence of our country’s increasing demand for baccalaureate-educated nurses as a means to improve patient outcomes and healthcare delivery.Nursing Fact Sheet
Speaking from Experience
Students receive first-hand insight and experience through a variety of speakers that includes alumni, professionals, and industry experts from throughout the medical field.
Visit Our Florida Campus
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