LPN to BSN Programs in Arizona

The LPN to BSN program offered at the University of Phoenix, Phoenix Campus is the only LPN to BSN program listed on the Arizona State Board of Nursing approved program list. As health care becomes more complex the need for BSN educated nurses will increase. There are a number of studies that have demonstrated that the educational level of a registered nursing staff has a significant impact on patient mortality, morbidity and safety and for this reason many hospitals in Arizona as well as throughout the country are making moves toward hiring only those RNs with baccalaureate level education.

A new option for earning an LPN to BSN is to complete the program online. Indiana State University is considered an inovator in the field of online nursing programs and has developed an LPN to BSN program designed to provide more flexibility for LPNs looking to advance their career into registered nursing. Find more information about this program below.

Application Requirements for University of Phoenix’s LPN to BSN Program

There is no Nursing Entrance Test required for this program, no nurse assisting requirement and no drug/urine test requirement. You must have completed an accredited LPN program for entrance into the LPN to BSN program. You must have six months of work experience as an LPN within the last three years.

Learn more about the LPN to BSN program at University of Phoenix including further application requirements, financial assistance options, schedules, career counseling services, and much more by requesting no obligation information today.

LPN to BSN Programs in Arizona

University of Phoenix

The nursing programs at the University of Phoenix are CCNE accredited. Class space fills up quickly.

Accredited Online LVN/LPN to BSN Programs

Indiana State University College of Nursing, Health and Human Sciences - Online

Indiana State University offers the only completely online LPN/LVN to BSN program in the country. The Indiana State University College of Nursing is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). Clinical requirements can be completed in the student's local community or geography. Learn more about this exciting program by requesting information today.

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