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Why Choose Our Nursing Program in Southfield?

Our nursing campus in Southfield, Michigan offers more than just a BSN degree — it’s a vibrant and uplifting community dedicated to preparing the next generation of nursing professionals.

With quality education at the forefront, every resource at our Southfield campus is designed to foster the growth of aspiring nurses into compassionate caregivers and leaders in the nursing field.

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Join a Growing Community of Nursing Students

Learn and grow with a passionate community of current and aspiring nurses. During your nursing education experience, you’ll have a chance to make new friends and potential future colleagues, all preparing to become registered nurses.

Our nursing core faculty are registered nurses themselves. They understand what it takes to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree and start a career in the nursing practice. They’re healthcare professionals here to provide you with individualized support, share their career experience, give you practical guidance, and connect you with helpful resources like study groups and peer mentoring.

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100% Focused on Nursing Education

Our college offers a single degree program — a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). It means every member of our faculty and staff understands your goal of becoming a registered nurse and can offer you practical guidance every step of the way.

Our entire focus is building the most effective BSN program we can and helping prepare students for a fulfilling career in the nursing profession. Our BSN curriculum was designed by experienced nurses and healthcare professionals committed to preparing the next generation of nursing leaders – could you be one of them?

Personalized Attention in the Classroom

Our Southfield nursing school intentionally limits class sizes to ensure you receive a more personalized nursing education and feedback from our dedicated faculty. You deserve the time and attention needed to learn nursing science concepts, practice nursing skills, and set yourself up for a thriving nursing career.

Class Sessions Begin 6 Times Per Year

In our nursing program, new general education sessions begin about every eight weeks, and new nursing major cohorts start three times per year. With multiple session starts throughout the year, you’re not restricted to starting school in just Fall or Spring. You have the chance to start the BSN program when the timing is right for you.

To learn more about Arizona College of Nursing in Southfield or schedule a campus tour, click below.

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Convenient Location in Southfield

Located close to the I-696 & I-10 interchange, our nursing program offers easy access to students in the entire metro Detroit area, centrally located near Washtenaw, Wayne, and Genesee counties. Our Southfield campus provides a welcoming environment for students looking for a nursing degree in a vibrant city.


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Nursing Student Involvement Opportunities

Our Social Scrubs Squad is an exciting opportunity for passionate students to contribute to the Arizona College of Nursing – Southfield community. The mission of this program is to gather and showcase authentic content from our students’ nursing journeys and experiences on social media platforms. We aim to empower student leaders who will share their stories with prospective students, their families, and the wider community.

Nursing Programs and Your Nursing Education

The mission of the Arizona College of Nursing BSN degree program is to prepare professional nurses who are competent in delivering evidence-based patient and community-centered care as members and leaders of an interprofessional healthcare team with an emphasis on quality improvement that drives desired patient, systems, and population outcomes.

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From day one, our nursing program is built to prepare you for a thriving career as a registered nurse (RN). You’ll apply concepts from foundational courses to real-world scenarios, all while developing the professionalism and soft skills demanded of today’s employers.

Our dedicated admissions representatives are ready to answer your questions about nursing education options, admission requirements, transfer credits, and financial aid.

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Finally, a Michigan nursing program near me!

A nursing school for the entire metro Detroit area, centrally located near Washtenaw, Wayne, and Genesee counties.

Directions From Detroit, MI to Arizona College of Nursing – Southfield

The driving distance from Detroit, MI to Arizona College of Nursing – Southfield is about 16 miles, which takes approximately 20 minutes via M-10 N.

Directions From Detroit Michigan to Arizona College of Nursing in Southfield

  • Starting from the Renaissance Center in downtown Detroit, head west on Jefferson Avenue East and take a left onto Woodward Avenue.
  • Follow Woodward Avenue for about 1 mile and keep to the right to merge onto M-10 N/John C Lodge Freeway.
  • Stay on M-10 N for approximately 14 miles, then take Exit 18B for Lahser Road.
  • Turn right onto Lahser Road, and Arizona College of Nursing – Southfield is located at 26400 Lahser Road, Suite 400, on your right.

A College That Understands Your Nursing Goals

At Arizona College of Nursing, we have a single focus — a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. It means every member of our faculty and staff understands your goal of becoming a BSN-prepared nurse and every resource is designed to support students with this specific goal.

Our BSN program does not require prerequisite coursework, so whether you are just getting started on your educational journey to becoming a nurse or have transfer credits, there’s a potential pathway to your goal at Arizona College of Nursing.

We understand that students who pursue a BSN degree sometimes have prior nursing experience as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or ADN-prepared Registered Nurse (RN) or prior education in non-nursing-related fields. If you do have prior general educational credits, you may be able to transfer those credits. Transferring credits can get you on track to complete your program in less time and at a lower cost.

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Visit Our Arizona College of Nursing – Southfield Campus

Evaluating nursing schools doesn’t have to be difficult. Our dedicated admissions team can help you understand how our baccalaureate degree program in nursing (BSN) fits into your lifestyle and career goals.

Looking for more information about our 3-year nursing program? Our website includes additional details on financial aidcampus locationsNCLEX-RN exam prepscholarships, and transfer credit.

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