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Become an RN in Ohio:
FAQs at our Cincinnati Campus

Become a Registered Nurse with a BSN degree at Arizona College of Nursing – Cincinnati. Below you will find some of the frequently asked questions that future RN’s often ask our campus faculty and staff.

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Can you hold a nursing license in multiple states as an Ohio nurse?

Yes, you can hold a nursing license in multiple states. This is made possible through the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC), which allows nurses to have one multi-state license, with the ability to practice in both their home state and other NLC states. Ohio is a member of the NLC, which means that if you hold a nursing license in Ohio, you can practice in other NLC member states without having to obtain additional licenses. However, if you plan to practice in a state that is not a member of the NLC, you will need to obtain a license specific to that state. Source

Preparing Future RNs at Arizona College of Nursing – Cincinnati

The length of time it takes to become an RN with a BSN can vary depending on the program and the student’s prior educational background. Bachelor’s degrees often take 4 years to complete, but with our 3-year BSN program, you can complete your Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in as few as 3 years.

If you have completed some college credit or have a degree in another field, qualifying transfer credits can shorten your program length. To learn more about the pathway to becoming an RN with a BSN degree in Ohio, contact an admissions representative at our Cincinnati campus.

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