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Nursing school classmates in our Dallas nursing program.

COVID-19 Announcement

Due to COVID-19 we have implemented strict health and safety protocols at our Texas nursing school in Dallas including temperature checks, mask wearing, sanitizing, and distancing to protect our students and staff.

Nursing program students at our Dallas nursing school.

A Dallas nursing school focused on nursing

How does our accelerated nursing program fit your busy life?

  • Earn your BSN in just 3 years, or less with qualified transfer credits!
  • Sessions start about every 8 weeks, 6 times a year
  • CCNE-Accredited BSN Program1
  • Arizona College of Nursing is institutionally accredited by ABHES2
  • Conveniently located right near the High Five, our Texas nursing school is easy to find with access from nearly anywhere in Dallas.

*with qualified transfer credits


Finally, a nursing school near me!

A  Texas nursing school for the entire Dallas region including Highland Park, University Park, Irving, Balch Springs, and Duncanville.

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Additional hours available upon request.

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Visit our campus in Dallas

Here at our Dallas campus, we’re a close-knit community with tons of social events like Welcome Week, Dinner with the Dean, and ice cream socials. We celebrate together too, with a transition ceremony as students move from general education to core classes.

We know you’re busy. That might mean grabbing lunch or dinner before class or just taking a snack break. Our campus café offers a variety of vending options including beverages, snacks, and fresh, ready-to-eat items. Within a few blocks, you’ll find Chipotle, Boston Market, Cindi’s NY Deli & Restaurant, and JG’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers.

Stop by to learn more about our BSN degree, which prepares you to take on a wider range of responsibilities than an ADN, CNA, LVN or LPN nursing program.

Approved by the Texas State Board of Nursing

Hear from our students

“Arizona College of Nursing has no waiting list to get in. As soon as you make that call to Arizona College, the advisors are on it and they’re very supportive, helpful and they want you to pursue your career.”

Janelle Adams, Class of 2021

“The college faculty puts an emphasis on their experience as nurses when they are teaching which helps with student understanding and learning.”

Dan Yap, Class of 2020

Nursing Program Curriculum

We believe in a focused and structured educational environment. Our curriculum is methodically designed to help you reach your career aspirations.

Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is a 3-year nursing program, with the first year focused on general education classes, such as: The Fundamentals of Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Global Health. Year Two of our nursing program transitions into the Nursing core portion of the program, with courses like Pharmacology, Microbiology, and Human Pathophysiology. 

In the final year, you will spend most of your time engaged in patient care along side medical professionals. You will also take classes in specialty fields such as Maternal Health, Pediatrics, and Community Health.

Visit our BSN Program Curriculum page for more details.

Texas nursing program students at our nursing school in Dallas.

Career-focused nursing program

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Admissions

Future nurses choose Arizona College of Nursing for many reasons that include: flexible schedule, accelerated 3-year program, high-tech facilities, personalized attention, and a solid reputation in local medical communities. Contact us today to get started. Click on the following link for our Dallas Nursing School Admissions Requirements.

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Career Services

At Arizona College of Nursing, we’ll level up your education with one-on-one career support. Our strong network of healthcare partners helps us provide externship and employment opportunities for students and graduates. Click on this link to learn more about the Nursing School Career Services we offer to our students.

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Simulations

Simulation labs provide a safe space for you to practice skills, problem-solve, and take risks. Along with SimLabs come life-like mannequins, “patients” that can breathe and bleed. Your instructors will guide you through basic and advanced nursing scenarios. Click on the link to learn more about our Nursing College Simulation Labs.

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Accreditation

Arizona College of Nursing has earned accreditation from some of the most respected healthcare organizations. Attending an accredited school or program can can also help you to get a job once you finish school. Click on the link to learn more about our Dallas Nursing School Accreditations and Affiliations.

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Curriculum

Our accredited 3-year nursing program combines classroom and hands-on learning. You’ll apply concepts from your foundational courses to real-world scenarios, all while you are developing the professionalism and soft skills demanded of today’s employers. Click on the link to learn more about our college’s BSN Nursing Program Curriculum.

FAQ at our Dallas Campus

What is the difference between an LVN program and a BSN program? Are you curious how much it will cost you to become a nurse in Dallas, Texas? Click on the following link to view the most frequently asked questions at our Dallas nursing school.

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Clinical Partnerships at our Dallas nursing school

We are proud of our Dallas campus and the nursing clinical partnerships we have established as a resource for our students. Our partners play a vital role in the professional development of students during the core curriculum of the BSN program at our Texas nursing school in Dallas.

Accreditations

Nursing school accreditation.
1 The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program at Arizona College of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).
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2 All 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.