Nursing and Health Care Programs
At University of Phoenix, our College of Health Sciences and Nursing offers a variety of health administration programs that are rigorous yet convenient.
We also offer accredited nursing degree programs that are designed to provide up-to-date knowledge. One of the largest providers of professional nursing programs, the College enables registered nurses and licensed practical or vocational nurses to earn their undergraduate nursing degrees conveniently and efficiently. The College of Health Sciences and Nursing also has a wide variety of graduate nursing programs, including degree programs for nurse practitioners, nurses interested in teaching, and nurses interested in health care and business management.
If you're interested in health administration, you can earn your associate's degree at University of Phoenix, then transition to a similar program at University of Phoenix to earn your bachelor's degree. Take your learning even further by enrolling in one of our master's-level health administration programs, and finish your studies by earning a doctoral degree through our School of Advanced Studies.
Depending upon the program you select, you can attend class online or at a nearby location. Either way, you'll learn the latest theories and practices from faculty members with substantial experience in the fields they teach.
For more information on our nursing and health administration degree programs, click on the appropriate link below.
- Nursing Division (bachelor's and master's programs)
- Associate's degrees
- Division of Health Sciences (bachelor's and master's programs)
- School of Advanced Studies (doctoral program)
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The Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing programs at University of Phoenix are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) (aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).