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The National Association for Home Care and Hospice and University of Phoenix have created an academic opportunity to benefit NAHC members. You may earn college credit for approved professional training received through NAHC. If approved, these credits can be applied to your general education and elective requirements to help you complete your undergraduate degree sooner than you think.
As an accredited institution, University of Phoenix provides quality educational offerings ranging from undergraduate to graduate degrees in Nursing and Health Care Administration including concentrations in Long Term Care and Gerontology. Certificates, single courses and continuing education are also available. Also at University of Phoenix:
*While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.
We offer a variety of programs to help you keep up-to-date in the dynamic health care industry. Choose from:
BS in Health Administration
BS in Health Administration/Health Information Systems
BS in Health Administration/Long-Term Care
BS in Health Administration/Emergency Management
BS in Health Administration/Health Management
RN to BSN
Master of Health Administration
Master of Health Administration/Education
Master of Health Administration/Gerontology
Master of Health Administration/Informatics
Master of Science in Nursing
MSN Family Nurse Practitioner
MSN Nursing/Health Care Education
MSN/Master of Health Administration
MSN/Master of Health Administration/Master of Business Administration
Boost your professional skills with a non-credit, professional development course. For each, one-week single course, you’ll receive .5 continuing education credit (CEUs) which employers and re-licensure agencies may accept as evidence of your commitment to professional growth and maintenance. Continuing Nursing Education courses are approved by the Arizona Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Recognizing the quality of the professional training provided by the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing, we have evaluated training materials and found that many courses are equivalent to college-level learning. So we will grant credit for NAHC training courses according to the Credit Recognition Guide.
For more information on additional opportunities to earn credit for learning outside the classroom.
You can find out the cost of tuition for degree programs on University of Phoenix's Tuition page. You can also find helpful information about financial options to help you cover the cost of tuition including financial aid through grants and scholarships, a cash plan, tuition reimbursement and private loans.