In today’s competitive job market, registered nurses with a BSN degree have an advantage over registered nurses without a Bachelors degree. See why tomorrow’s RNs are choosing the Arizona College nursing degree program.

The Benefits of a Bachelors in Nursing from Arizona College

A Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) is a post-secondary degree that typically takes 3 to 4 years to complete. Though a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree isn’t required to become a registered nurse, it does prepare students for the NCLEX-RN exam, graduate study, and a more diverse selection of jobs in the nursing field.

Receiving a BSN degree from a college like Arizona College also helps students stand out among other job applicants because of the depth of study and experience acquired. Our program has a hands-on learning experience that includes high fidelity simulation laboratories and clinical rotations. This program is offered at our Mesa and Las Vegas Campuses only.

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Coursework & Requirements for Earning a Bachelors of Science in Nursing

The nursing program at Arizona College is focused on practical application. Arizona College has also designed its program to be hands-on and to provide education within real world scenarios. Our modern facilities, medical equipment, and simulation laboratory make this interactive education possible.

The Arizona College Bachelor of Science in Nursing program consists of nine semesters with a total of 120 credit hours – 50 hours of lower division courses and 70 hours of upper division courses. Students are also required to complete an additional 877 clinical hours to receive their degree.

The Arizona College BSN degree includes coursework in:

  • General Studies – Math, English, Humanities, and Social Studies
  • Natural Science
  • Human Systems
  • Nursing Science
  • Critical Thinking
  • Research
  • Ethics
  • Theory
  • Leadership

The Bachelors of Science in Nursing program at Arizona College is one that prepares students by giving them a better understanding of what it’s like to work as a registered nurse and the education needed to excel in the industry. We understand that it is a serious time and financial commitment, which is why Arizona College offers Financial Aid Programs to assist students who qualify.

Find out if you’re eligible to receive Financial Aid from Arizona College. Fill out the form to request additional information.

Completion of the Nursing Degree Program & Licensing Information

Upon completion of the BSN coursework, graduates will have earned their bachelor degree and are also eligible to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN). Students that have completed the bachelor in nursing program and passed the NCLEX-RN are then eligible to apply for a license with the Arizona State Board of Nursing or the Nevada State Board of Nursing.

The path to becoming a registered nurse starts by choosing the right nursing program. Use the Request Information form to discover why our unique program is a top choice among nursing students.