Earn Your Bachelor of Science in Nursing in Las Vegas
Classes Start as Soon as February 25, 2019!
With a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Arizona College of Nursing – Las Vegas, you are investing your valuable time in a career field that’s growing!
The healthcare job market has never been more competitive and the need for registered nurses (RNs) with a BSN far surpasses the number of trained nurses available. Aspiring RNs like you are choosing Arizona College’s nursing program in Las Vegas as their first step in a long career of making a positive impact in their communities.
Learning Through Practical Application
At Arizona College of Nursing – Las Vegas, we believe practical application is the most essential and effective way to learn and have structured our accelerated nursing program around that principle. We immerse our students in a hands-on learning experience. With high fidelity simulation labs and clinical rotations incorporated into the nursing curriculum, you get the most interactive education possible.
You also have the experience of tying theoretical knowledge back to real world scenarios and are well-prepared to navigate varying healthcare settings, like busy hospital corridors, a non-stop emergency room, or caring for a family in a clinic.
Nursing Degree Coursework and Requirements
The BSN program in Las Vegas takes you 120 credit hours to complete. This can be done in as little as three years. 50 of the hours are dedicated to general education courses and 70 are devoted to nursing specialty courses.
You will also be required to complete approximately 877 clinical hours to complete your degree. For more specific information about the coursework preparing you to become a registered nurse in Las Vegas, review the BSN Program of Study.
Financial Aid is Available
We know that pursuing a nursing degree is a big financial commitment. That’s why Arizona College offers financial aid for students who qualify. To start a conversation about your financial aid eligibility, fill out the Request Information form.