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School of Nursing
Gain skills and credentials to continue making an impact in direct and indirect care
Keep your knowledge and credentials up-to-date in an evolving industry. At University of Phoenix School of Nursing, you can fit your education into your schedule.
If you are not yet a licensed nurse but would like to learn about ways we can help you launch a career in the growing and dynamic health care field, learn about our entry-level health administration programs here.
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Programs in the School of Nursing
Learn more about earning certificates, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing. Most nursing programs are available online. Explore the full range of degree and certificate options below.
In my rural community, there was a lack of bachelor’s or master’s degree nurses and leaders. I wanted to make a difference, and become well-educated and experienced in order to advance in my career and to help my colleagues and my community.
New laws, regulations and changes in health care are placing greater demands on your expertise. Our BSN and MSN programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). We feature curricula that remains tightly aligned with evolving standards of care. Flexible programs like Nursing Pathway and Nursing Bridge work with and for working nurses.
Whether you’re a registered nurse looking to bolster your credentials and meet today’s higher standards. Or perhaps you’re an advanced-practice nurse seeking to expand your knowledge and take on greater leadership responsibilities. Our degree programs can help prepare you to make your next move. We are committed to helping you move forward at the speed of healthcare.
While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Certificate programs are widely available in an online format but generally not available at our campus locations. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.