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American National University is proud to announce the new nursing software through UbiSim Virtual Reality. Those students looking to become a nurse can now do so with enhanced skills training and practice that will broaden their understanding across multiple hospital scenarios. Previously, nursing students attending ANU had to attend clinical training through partners of ANU, with the use of UbiSim we can now exceed standard hours of clinical training to further enhance skill development.

The UbiSim Virtual Reality experience will only boost American National University’s High Tech, High Touch™ initiative to provide students with an all-inclusive education. Students will receive lab equipment and an Oculus Quest 2 All-in-One VR Headset that they can utilize at the Pikeville campus. The virtual reality goggles with provide students with an immersive experience where they can develop clinical reasoning, decision making, and communication skills. Along with this, there are no hidden fees with ANU—at $310 per credit hour with all equipment and textbooks needed within that price, and this includes bootcamped training for the NCLEXRN.

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