About the BSN Program at Reno
Gain a rewarding career through our Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program in Reno, Nevada. A BSN degree can qualify you for higher paying nursing jobs and greater responsibilities. Furthermore, it will equip you with the knowledge and skillset to address the increasingly complex demands of our healthcare system.
If you’re currently a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) and wish to take your career to the next level, you can also apply for our BSN program with “Advanced Placement” status.
Keeping you focused is our main mission at Unitek. Our outstanding faculty will provide you with resources to help you stay on track. Our career services team will also offer employment assistance before and after graduation.
What You’ll Learn
In addition to a bachelor’s degree in nursing, the Reno BSN program will prepare you for the NCLEX-RN licensure exam.
During our program, you will learn to master various nursing duties and responsibilities, including:
- Recording medical histories and symptoms
- Administering medication
- Developing or contributing to patient treatment plans
- Recording patient observations
- Consulting with doctors and other healthcare professionals
- Operating medical equipment
- Performing and analyzing diagnostic tests
- Teaching others how to manage illnesses or injuries
BSN Program Admissions Requirements at Reno
To enroll in our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, you must complete admissions requirements like the following:
1 Career planning session and admissions interview
2 Submit proof of high school education or equivalent
3 Entrance assessment test
4 General application
5Financing arrangements and, if applicable, all documents needed to obtain an official award letter for Federal Student Aid
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The Reno Campus
In Reno, you can gain a well-rounded education that will prepare you for a successful healthcare career. Not only does this include hands-on exercises, but access to medical equipment as well as nursing simulation labs in the study of pediatrics, intensive care, and women’s wellness.
To accommodate our students, we maintain various classrooms, skills labs, computer labs, and resume workshop stations. In between classes, students can also spend their time in the campus lounge or library.
The virtual classroom experience is one of the many benefits of our BSN program. Since our curriculum is delivered in a “hybrid” format, you can enjoy both traditional and online classes. In fact, Reno BSN students have the option to take all their General Education courses online. Another special feature of the Reno campus is our world-class simulation center.
The simulation center contains high-fidelity simulators and sim-view technology, including a Medical Surgical Nursing Intensive Care Unit (ICU). It features two furnished patient rooms: one for Pediatrics with infant and child simulators, a crib, and a youth bed; the other includes a birthing simulator, a bassinet for newborns, and a delivery bed.
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Conveniently located off the I-580 freeway, our Reno campus lies at the intersection of South Virginia Street and South McCarran Boulevard. Although we maintain ample parking for students and faculty, the campus lies within walking distance of public transportation and the Meadowood Mall. We are also located near a myriad of eateries, ranging from fast food to fine dining.
Phone: (888) 725-5641
5250 South Virginia St., Suite 110
Reno, NV 89502
Reno is a growing city in the northwest section of Nevada, about 22 miles from Lake Tahoe. Known as “The Biggest Little City in the World,” Reno experiences a semi-arid climate with cool winters and hot summers. Additionally, Reno maintains numerous parks, outdoor activities, theaters, and restaurants.
Commonly Asked Questions
Does the Reno campus offer a BSN program near me?
We welcome students from all around the world to enroll at Unitek College. Most students at our Reno campus are either from the city of Reno or commute from one of the following nearby cities.
We serve BSN students across all of Washoe County and northwest Nevada:
|Reno, NV||Carson City, NV||Fallon, NV|
|Fernley, NV||Sparks, NV||Sun Valley, NV|
|Auburn, CA||Cameron Park, CA||Grass Valley, CA|
|Lincoln, CA||North Auburn, CA||Placerville, CA|
|Rocklin, CA||South Lake Tahoe, CA||Susanville, CA|
How long is the Reno BSN program?
This is a pre-licensure program that can be completed in about two or three years—depending on credit transfers—with three 16-week semesters per year.
Does Reno offer a bridge RN-to-BSN program?
Licensed Practical Nurses can follow the PN to RN pathway at Unitek. This would allow LPNs who have completed certain General Education courses to apply for “Advanced Placement” status and potentially skip the first three semesters of the BSN program. Please speak with an admissions representative to learn more.
When is the best time to apply for the Reno BSN program?
Many of our programs in Reno have deadlines, so we recommend contacting an admissions representative to start gathering your enrollment requirements as soon as possible.
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