Annual Report Of Az Rn Programs

  1. Interesting. Here's an annual report on the status of AZ RN programs.

    http://www.azbn.gov/Documents/educat...20Analysis.pdf

    Link updated with the 2006 document
    Last edit by Multicollinearity on Dec 26, '07
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  2. 10 Comments

  3. by   cardiacRN2006
    Hey multi-you got a sticky thread!
    Cool post, BTW...
  4. by   Multicollinearity
    I found this on one of my google searches. It looks like AZ nursing programs are doing better than I thought at increasing enrollment.
    Last edit by Multicollinearity on Oct 9, '06
  5. by   Multicollinearity
    NCLEX pass rates for the last eight years, AZ nursing programs:

    http://www.azbn.gov/documents/educat...01996-2004.pdf
  6. by   Multicollinearity
    Here's a change with NAU's RN-BSN program:

    http://www4.nau.edu/insidenau/bumps/...07/nursing.htm

    The AZ Board of Regents just issued a ruling which allows RN students to transfer more community college credits toward a BSN than the regulations allow for other undergraduate degrees.

    Thank goodness they are acknowledging that associates degree RN's have completed far more than the typical associates degree, and shouldn't have to be limited at 64 credits for transfer to the BSN.
    Last edit by Multicollinearity on Feb 16, '07
  7. by   cardiacRN2006
    Wow, that's great news!!!
  8. by   Patscats
    Quote from cardiacRN2006
    Wow, that's great news!!!
    I am a Canadian RPN and would like to work in Arizona as a matter of fact I have my lpn licence to work but I cant get a visa @ the border can anyone help me please
  9. by   AZ Nurse
    That is great. ADN nurses have usually gotten a rotten deal when going back to pursue their BSN. I am glad to read about this change.
  10. by   GilbertDaddy
    looks like the .doc link is dead
  11. by   Multicollinearity
    Quote from GilbertDaddy
    looks like the .doc link is dead
    Thanks for letting me know! I've update the link to include the latest year (2006) and took out the old dead link.
  12. by   joyabella
    Here is an updated NCLEX pass rates for the years 2004-2009. Hope this helps to assist in choosing your AZ Nursing Program wisely

    http://www.azbn.gov/documents/nclex/...2009%20WEB.pdf

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