Career-Focused Nursing College

From day one, our nursing program is built to prepare you for a thriving career as a registered nurse (RN). You’ll apply concepts from foundational courses to real-world scenarios, all while developing the professionalism and soft skills demanded of today’s employers. Learning takes place in multiple environments including the classroom, clinical agencies, simulation and learning laboratories, the community, and virtually through the internet.

Professional Licensure Disclosure

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Nursing School Faculty and Staff

Nursing Education Is All We Do

Why Arizona College of Nursing’s BSN program is right for you:

  • Accelerated 3-yr program
  • CCNE-accredited BSN program
  • Convenient Night Classes for Gen Ed Courses
  • High-tech labs
  • New sessions start every 8 weeks
  • Personalized attention

Hear From Our BSN Program Students

The teachers and administration of Arizona College really do care about us. In my first month, the Dean had a 1-on-1 meeting with me to see how I was feeling. I don’t think I could find that level of support anywhere else.

Isabella Berry, BSN Program Class of 2022

If you are doubting whether you can become a nurse, the Arizona College teachers and staff will show you that you absolutely can. Every teacher is dedicated to mentoring and supporting students as much as possible.

Liezel Milad, BSN Program Class of 2021

Reach Your Career Goals Faster With Our Accelerated Nursing Program

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Your BSN Program, At A Glance

While every nursing school student’s schedule and academic experience may vary, here’s a look at a typical three-year progression:

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Nursing Program Educational Environment, Technology & Equipment

The BSN degree program is supported by a variety of web-based education applications that support the development of critical thinking and critical judgement. Such applications include virtual simulations, interactive e-books, personalized learning platforms and video case studies.

State-of-the-art high fidelity human patient simulation laboratories provide a safe space for practicing clinical care and learning by peer feedback and self reflection. Additional skills laboratories are equipped with task trainers, patient care devices and clinical supplies.

Real-life Scenarios & Simulations

Participate in high-tech health simulations in state-of-the-art labs that replicate today’s exam rooms, ER bays, and delivery suites.

Practical Patient Care

Immerse yourself in a variety of healthcare settings during multiple clinical experiences.

Case Studies & Discussion

Join your classmates and instructors in engaging conversations while examining and reimagining actual medical cases.

Field Trips & Guest Speakers

Go into the field to see experts in action, and enjoy on-campus talks from a variety of guest speakers.

12 Nursing College Campus Locations

Earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in as little as three years. To learn more about our BSN program or find a campus near you click down below.

Admissions Requirements

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CCNE Accredited

1 The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program at Arizona College of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (

Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools

2 All Arizona College of Nursing and Arizona College campuses are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), a U.S. Department of Education-recognized national accrediting agency.