Utica University is required to seek approval to offer distance education (online) programs in most states in the country. As these regulations are continuously evolving, Utica University makes every effort to maintain compliance and is working with each state to gain the appropriate authorization for each of our programs.
Utica University is authorized to operate in all states that participate in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA). Approval for institutional participation was granted on January 4th, 2017.
Nursing Home Administration Licensure
Consistent with state and federal regulations, colleges preparing students for professions involving certification or licensure must disclose if programs that could potentially lead to certification or licensure meet the requirements of each state’s licensing requirements.
Nursing Home Administrator Certificate
The Utica University Nursing Home Administration Certificate fulfills the academic requirements for licensure in New York State. Specific courses within the Master of Health Administration program also satisfy the academic requirements for licensure in New York State.
The web page with links to state licensing boards and state certification requirements is available below. Please ensure that you check the certification or licensing requirements for your proposed profession in the state in which you intend to seek licensure or certification.
Nursing Home Administrator Certificate: https://www.nabweb.org/state-licensure-requirements
View this state/program licensing grid. Students should consult with their state or provincial regulatory board to confirm requirements for licensure in their state and may reach out to the program director with any additional questions. Please note, individual states may require additional non-educational requirements (such as a criminal background check).