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Nursing is the profession of a licensed healthcare professional who practices independently or is supervised by a physician, surgeon or dentist, promoting and maintaining people's health. BYU-Idaho offers a nursing degree, which includes both in-class and clinical preparation with a goal to prepare critically thinking, skilled nurses. Nurses work in a variety of settings: hospitals and clinics, teaching facilities and home healthcare settings, among others.
While studying nursing, students learn professionalism, competence and commitment throughout the healthcare process. They also learn the ability to apply the principles of ethical, moral, legal decision making in nursing. Students learn to effectively communicate with patients, community partners and health-care providers while sharing accurate information and providing quality health care. They gain the ability to handle catastrophes, crises and everyday challenges in a confident, efficient and caring way. Students prepare for lifelong learning to keep up with advances in the profession throughout their entire career. They also achieve an understanding of how cultural, social, political and economic factors impact the health of individuals, families, groups and communities.
Nursing students are usually people-oriented and enjoy serving and assisting others. They should also have strong scientific and mathematical competencies.
Nursing - Registered Nurse Training
College of Agriculture & Life Science Academic Discovery Center
Location: Benson 240