Learn the differences between BSN & LPN programs
Why choose a BSN Program?
All nurses are vital to healthcare delivery, but a BSN degree prepares you for a more involved role, such as to administer medication, educate patients, or supervise LPNs/LVNs. With more education and responsibility, bachelor’s-level RNs typically earn higher wages and have more room for advancement.
Why Arizona College of Nursing?
Fast. Flexible. Focused.
- Nursing education is all we do
- Accelerated three-year program
- High-tech, high-touch learning
- Convenient, flexible schedule
- 100% NCLEX exam pass rate in 2018*
- Career and student success services
- Financial aid available to those who qualify
1 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.
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.”
“The faculty puts an emphasis on their experience as nurses when they are teaching which helps with student understanding and learning.”
“Everyone at Arizona College is here to help you achieve your goals and succeed.”
“Arizona College students focus on working together as a team while uplifting, encouraging, and motivating each other to succeed in all their goals, dreams, and in every aspect of their lives.”