Programs with an Online Component
At Provo College, we offer online classes in several of our degree programs to better serve our students. These currently include the following:
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). With a BSN degree, Registered Nurses (RNs) can create a foundation for career advancement, management positions, and higher salaries. Our accelerated BSN program will prepare you for the NCLEX-RN licensure exam in as little as 36 months. Not only will you gain invaluable skills, but you’ll benefit from the convenience of completing various courses online. In essence, we provide an alternative solution for working adults and full-time parents.
BSN-trained nurses can potentially find jobs in the following fields:
+ Nurse Manager
+ Clinical Research Nurse
+ Case Management Nurse
+ Hospice Nurse
+ Burn Care Nurse
+ Orthopedic Nurse
+ Psychiatric Nurse
RN-to-BSN. In as little as 20 months, you can earn your BSN degree and further your career. The RN-to-BSN is a degree-completion program that transitions Associate Degree RNs to their Bachelor’s Degree, preparing them for management positions and nursing leadership roles. You will benefit from 100% online instruction, a transfer credit policy, and a CCNE accredited program.
Medical Assisting Program. If you’re interested in online Medical Assisting programs, you might want to consider the MA program at Provo College. We offer online classes that will provide you with the skills you’ll need to start this exciting healthcare career. In as little as ten months, you can enter the dynamic field of Medical Assisting.
Physical Therapist Assistant. In as little as 21 months, you can complete your PTA courses and start a new career with confidence. Physical Therapist Assistants help people rehabilitate from injuries, disorders, and disabilities. Some benefits of our program include online General Education courses and experienced instructors.
Successful graduates of our PTA program will:
+Acquire the knowledge and skills to provide care to patients receiving therapy under the supervision of a physical therapist.
+Demonstrate professional, ethical, and legal behavior.
+Possess adequate knowledge to pass the national licensing exam for Physical Therapist Assistants.