Why Our Nursing School Is Right For You
- Earn your BSN in 3 years or less with qualified transfer credits
- Evening classes for general education coursework
- CCNE-Accredited BSN Program1
- Institutionally accredited by ABHES2
Your Nursing Dream Can Start Now
Our Michigan nursing school in Southfield is designed with one goal: to prepare you for a successful nursing career. We combine classroom teaching, hands-on simulations, and training in real-world healthcare environments to give you the skills you need.Learn More
Nursing School Curriculum
From day one, our Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program is built to prepare you for a thriving career as a registered nurse (RN). Our curriculum combines classroom teaching, hands-on labs, real-world clinical experience, and extensive NCLEX exam prep to get you ready for a successful nursing career.
Sample Classes in Our BSN Curriculum
- Fundamentals of Biology
- Introduction to Psychology
- Human Anatomy/Physiology I
- College Mathematics
- First Year Composition (Writing) I
Critical Thinking in Clinical Decision-Making
Evidence-Based Practice I
Community Health Nursing + Practicum
Maternal Health Theory and Application + Practicum
Transition to the Nursing Profession
Professional Seminar (NCLEX Preparation)
How Transfer Credits Work
At Arizona College of Nursing, we understand that you want to get the most out of your previous education experience on your journey to a nursing career. Students can progress through our BSN program of study in 3-years or less with qualifying transfer credits, if the courses apply to the program of study. Our academic advisors will work closely with you to review transcripts and transfer as many credits as possible.
Clinical Partnerships At Our Michigan Nursing School in Southfield
In the final year of the program, students spend most of their time in clinical rotations, training in real-world healthcare environments. Hands-on experience with patients and healthcare professionals is one of the most powerful ways to learn. We make it a priority for our students. We’ve partnered with healthcare providers in Michigan to provide students with opportunities for clinical experience.
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Our Southfield Campus is a Career-Focused Nursing School
We work hard to equip students with the skills & hands-on experience they need to succeed in the nursing field.
Complete NCLEX Exam Prep
Our nursing school in Michigan is designed to start preparing you for the NCLEX exam on Day 1. Instructors introduce students to NCLEX-style questions and clinical judgement throughout our curriculum to get them comfortable. Here’s just a few of the ways we prepare you for NCLEX:
- A class dedicated entirely to preparing for the NCLEX exam.
- Virtual practice exams customized for each student
- Exam strategies & tips from instructors
- Customized assignments & study plans
Hear From Students In Our Nursing School
Arizona College prepared me so well for my NCLEX and what to expect in the field. I really enjoyed my clinical rotations and had some great professors.
Holly LaValley, BSN Program Class of 2022
Throughout my life, I struggled to do well in school. But the faculty of Arizona College took the time to sit down with me and provide the support I needed. Happy to say that I’ve graduated the BSN program with a 3.7 GPA!
Erin Katnik, BSN Program Class of 2023
Finally, a nursing school near me in Michigan!
A Michigan nursing program for the entire metro Detroit area, centrally located near Washtenaw, Wayne, and Genesee counties.
Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Saturday-Sunday Closed
Additional hours available upon request.
Visit Our Detroit Nursing School in Southfield
Are you looking for a nursing program that matches your busy life? Our general education classes meet on evenings and weekends to provide the flexibility many of our students need. To help you earn your nursing degree faster, you’ll complete each general education course in just 8 weeks.
Stop by to learn more about our BSN degree program, which prepares you to take on a wider range of responsibilities than a CNA, LVN or LPN nursing program. Visit our Southfield Campus Life and Campus Leadership pages for more information on our nursing school in Michigan.
Arizona College of Nursing and Oakland Schools are proud to announce a Priority Admissions Program
Arizona College of Nursing and Oakland Schools have partnered to make it easier for Oakland Schools students to transition into Arizona College of Nursing’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program. This unique partnership ensures Oakland School students who wish to begin their BSN degree program experience a seamless transition process. The Arizona College of Nursing admissions team will provide Oakland Schools students who meets its admissions requirements with priority admissions to the school and will assist transferring students through the admissions process from start to finish.
To learn more speak with one of our admissions representatives.
Michigan Nursing School Scholarship Opportunities
As you consider accelerated BSN programs in Michigan, we know that the cost of the program is an important factor in your decision. Students can receive up to $5,000 in scholarship support.
Click the button below to learn more about our Michigan nursing scholarships and to determine eligibility
- Futures Scholarship
- Advancement Scholarship
- Working Parent Scholarship
- Achievement Scholarship
- Opportunity Scholarship
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Arizona College of Nursing – Southfield is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org). All Arizona College of Nursing campuses are also institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).
It is important to understand the differences between a LPN Program and a BSN Program in Michigan. These factors can impact your nursing career path and your educational roadmap. Our campus leaders and experienced professionals are here to help you every step of your journey. To learn more read our blog article detailing the differences between an LPN Program and BSN Program.
Registered Nurses in Michigan have a median salary of $79,180 per year.
As you will be newly entering the workforce, it’s important to know that you will likely not start at the median rate but would likely increase your earnings with experience.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that Registered Nurses in Michigan range from a low rate of $64,270, per year, to the highest-paid Nurses earning as much as $100,920 per year.
Updated 09/2023. Source: https://www.onetonline.org/link/localwages/29-1141.00?st=MI
Nursing students in MI are allowed up to 6 attempts to successfully pass the NCLEX which includes any attempts taken elsewhere.
A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is an undergraduate college degree designed to equip students with the training and studies needed for a successful career in nursing. The BSN curriculum includes both general education and advanced nursing studies. To increase your chances of finding a position in your state and city of choice, you should consider earning a bachelor’s in nursing science (BSN).
Our BSN curriculum covers important topics like clinical-thinking, community health, critical care, gerontology, leadership, surgical care, obstetrics, pediatrics, and psychiatric care.
1 The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program at Arizona College of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (www.aacnnursing.org).
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.