At Rasmussen College School of Nursing, our nursing students are focused on patient-centered care, teamwork, collaboration, and quality improvement. This is the focus of many hospitals so Rasmussen College is preparing their students to hit the ground running.
Herzing University provides a nursing education that is career-focused for real-world situations. Flexible scheduling makes finishing a degree possible for busy students.
Western Governors University (WGU) is an online driven university for nursing and medical professionals. WGU has over 70,000 alumni across the nation and offers an array of undergraduate and graduate programs.
Grand Canyon University (GCU) is one of the highest rated programs in Arizona because of its learning styles, including hands-on practice, online and lab simulations, as well as peer discussions and researching best practices along with a foundation of Christian values.
Chamberlain University College of Nursing offers the degree programs, options, and resources necessary to enable you to launch your nursing career or build upon your professional nursing experience.
The University of South Alabama (USA or South) College of Nursing is an affordable, accelerated option for qualified High school students. USA is also an option for nurses who are working and ready to complete a higher education without commuting too far from home.
Purdue University Global (formerly Kaplan University) is well known for assisting thousands of nurses who are just beginning their nursing careers as well as nurses wanting to advance their careers, starting from the Associate of Science in Nursing degree all the way to the recently added Doctor of Nursing Practice degree.
West Coast University (WCU) College of Nursing offers CCNE accredited BSN, LVN/LPN to BSN, RN to BSN, MSN, and RN to MSN degree programs including programs for Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Educators, Nurse Leaders, and Nurse Informatics, as well as post-graduate Certificates.
Lone Star College (LSC) offers LVN certificate programs, Associate RN programs, LPN to RN transition programs and RN to BSN articulation agreement programs.
The College of the Canyons (COC) Nursing Department produces skillful and knowledgeable graduates by offering the Associate's and the RN to BSN nursing degree programs.
Newman University (NU) School of Nursing and Allied Health offers CCNE accredited BSN, LPN to BSN, and MSN degree programs including the COA accredited Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia program.
Lincoln Memorial University Caylor School of Nursing understands the healthcare environment and demands of the 21st century. It is LMU’s goal to train their students to succeed as they provide quality health care. Students understand and appreciate that they are held to the high ethical and moral values of LMU.
Mount Saint Mary's University offers accredited traditional BSN, RN to BSN, ABSN, and MSN degree programs including the Nurse Educator and APRN Clinical Nurse Specialist specialty programs.
The University of Colorado School of Nursing, celebrating over 115 years of contributions in nursing education, offers several BSN degree pathway programs and MSN, DNP, and PhD degree programs.
Denver College of Nursing, a private, for-profit college, offers accredited Associate Degree (ADN), Bachelor of Science (BSN), Accelerated Bachelor of Science (ABSN), RN to BSN, and Master of Science (MSN) nursing programs.
Samuel Merritt University (SMU) School of Nursing has graduated more Registered Nurses than any other school of nursing within the state of California.
Just 12 miles from Boston and the home of the Red Sox, Regis College, a leading Catholic university, offers all of the benefits of being part of an ultimate college town. We provide programs for those wanting to start a career in nursing as well as for current nurses seeking to advance their careers.
Keiser University, a private, non-profit institution founded in 1977, offers accredited ASN, BSN, MSN, DNP, and DNAP degrees.
Aspen University School of Nursing offers online, CCNE accredited Bachelor of Science (BSN), Registered Nurse to BSN, Master of Science (MSN), and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) nursing programs.