A shifting horizon

Serve others in the changing landscape — earn your healthcare degree.

Your inherent caring nature has led you to a career in healthcare – and now you’re ready to earn your on-campus or online healthcare degree. Take one course at a time, finding balance between your professional and personal obligations on the road to the next big move in your career with a healthcare degree.

Healthcare is an ever-evolving landscape, from patient-centered, administrative and educational standpoints – and is continually reinvented through data usage, medical and technological breakthroughs and quality sustainable care. With curriculum aligned to meet the changes happening in the health industry, your degree in healthcare will provide you with the techniques and knowledge you’ll need to know on the job.

Our healthcare degree programs, in both post-licensure nursing and health services administration, offer a collaboration-ready curriculum. Courses provide you with the skills you can put to use in a variety of healthcare organizations.

Receive credits for prior work or school experience – and save time and money while earning your degree. Qualifying students earning a RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing have the opportunity to transfer up to 87 credits into their CCNE-accredited nursing degree program. You can fulfill 40 of those credits by simply having an RN license. Many others can get credit through the Prior Learning Assessment whether they choose to earn a healthcare degree online or on campus.

When you earn your healthcare degree online you’ll benefit from the flexibility of learning from your home, rather than wasting precious time maneuvering your schedule. Seize the opportunity to help drive change in this evolving field. Get an education that will help you make your mark. 

Earn a degree in our College of Health Professions:

Make school work for you
When earning your on-campus or online healthcare degree, you’ll get to take just one course at a time.
Transfer credits
Many of our nursing and healthcare degree programs allow you to transfer previously earned credits through the Prior Learning Assessment process. Qualifying students earning a RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing have the opportunity to transfer up to 87 credits into their CCNE-accredited nursing degree and can fulfill 40 of those credits by simply having an RN license.
You prioritize quality. So do we.
Our nursing and healthcare degree programs are aligned with the standards of leading healthcare organizations like the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. What’s more, University of Phoenix has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and its predecessor since 1978.

Which area of healthcare is best for you?

Pick an area of interest to study and explore options in a variety of fields:

Scholarship opportunities

Gain financial assistance with scholarships like the Phoenix Academic Achievers Scholarship (PAAS). Qualifying students earning their Master of Science in Nursing can save up to $2,500 or $5,000 in tuition reductions as you progress toward your MSN with the Master Nurse Leadership Scholarship.

College of Health Professions

Keep pace with emerging trends and best practices in the healthcare industry with an on-campus or online healthcare degree. Our courses are designed to provide you with the tools you’ll need to succeed in a rapidly-changing industry. Have questions about the next step? Fill out the form to speak with an enrollment representative.