I was told several years ago by an advisor at the U that they will absolutely NOT transfer credits from Ameritech!
However Ameritech is now accredited by NLNAC, so the U's position may have changed.
I would get the answer directly from them before I spent any time or money on a program like that. They offer info sessions twice monthly with the next one being next week in fact.
Keep in mind that SLCC is changing their admission procedure and eliminating the wait list. It's a superior education with better community partnerships at much less cost. http://allnurses.com/ut-nursing-prog...on-622873.html
Ameritech is tempting because you can practically start today, but right now new grads in Utah are having a hard time finding jobs with preference being given to programs like the U, BYU, UVU, WSU and SLCC. The economy will change eventually and we'll all find jobs again with hiring bonuses, but for the time being if you're thinking of Ameritech to finish faster and go back to work faster, keep in mind that you'll actually have to get hired.