Nursing Technology Program
Nursing, as defined by this program, is the art and science of human caring. It is designed to prepare graduates to care for people across the life span. Nurses provide culturally competent, safe and effective care in a variety of settings including hospitals, home health agencies, hospice, and schools.
The UC Blue Ash nursing program offers an RN technology track. The two-year curriculum combines nursing courses with general education courses in the humanities and sciences. In addition to classroom instruction, students engage in clinical activity in hospitals, college laboratories and simulation.
As a result of the educational experiences students will:
- Deliver safe and competent evidence-based nursing care using sound clinical judgment, incorporating caring, inclusion, cultural humility and advocacy for patients across the lifespan in a variety of health care settings.
- Utilize critical thinking, leadership, delegation, and evidence-based practice to increase efficiency and equity of care and maximize resources.
- Communicate and collaborate with diverse patients, colleagues, and other health care disciplines to promote optimal patient outcomes.
- Design and implement teaching activities to prevent illness, restore health, and promote the well-being of patients throughout the lifespan.
- Develop the role of member of the profession & life-long learner by participating in professional activities relative to nursing knowledge, skills and values.
Current UC or UCBA Students
Are you a current UC student that is interested in majoring in Nursing RN Technology at UC Blue Ash? If so, please attend one of our Group Advising Sessions. Academic advisors will explain the selective admissions requirements and help you determine when you may meet the minimum qualifications to apply. You will receive an individual assessment and have the opportunity to ask questions.
Where It Will Take You
Registered nurses are health professionals who perform a wide variety of functions. Nurses gather information in a systematic manner in order to determine the health-related needs of patients. Once the nurse is aware of the adult's or child's health needs, there are many ways to intervene in the healing process and to maximize the potential for good health. Some of the ways nurses intervene include: assisting in the rehabilitation process, teaching procedures and health practices, administering medication, assisting persons who are in pain, comforting the dying and supporting the families of those who are ill.
Selective Admission Process
The Nursing Program at UC Blue Ash College admits students through a selective admission process. Learn more about that process and being admitted to the Nursing Program at UC Blue Ash College.
Upon acceptance to the UCBA Nursing Program, students must meet a number of requirements in accordance with the policies of the program and the clinical sites in order to participate in the clinical experience. These include documentation of specific and current immunizations and vaccinations, American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR certification, and health insurance prior to the start of their clinical experience. Specific requirements may change throughout the student course of study based on agency requirements.
The two-year associate of applied science nursing degree program at UC Blue Ash College (UCBA) is approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing and is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). Graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for registered nurses.
The Associate Degree Nursing Program (AAS Nursing Technology) at The University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College located in Blue Ash, Ohio is accredited by the: Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), 3390 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1400 Atlanta, GA 30326, 404-975-5000.
The most recent accreditation decision made by the ACEN Board of Commissioners for The UCBA Associate Degree Nursing Program (AAS Nursing Technology) nursing program is continuing accreditation.
The Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) has granted continuing accreditation to the UC Blue Ash College Nursing program through the Fall of 2025. Accreditation is an important "stamp of approval" from a governing educational body, and all accredited colleges and universities have proven to their peers that they are deeply committed to educational quality and improvement.
Since its initial accreditation in December 1969, the UC Blue Ash Nursing program has served our students with an excellent and affordable education that prepares our graduates well for their professional careers. We're proud of that history, and we look forward to continuing to serve future nursing students for years to come.