Continuing Education for Nurses

All nurses must keep their licenses up to date by participating in continuing nursing education classes. Each state has different requirements for how many hours of continuing education you need to complete. For example, California requires that your complete thirty hours of CEU’s every two years where as Michigan requires that you complete a minimum of 25 hours.

The good news is that continuing education courses for nurses are very easy to find. The hospital or medical center that you work for may offer some courses for free. You can find a tremendous amount of Nursing CEU’s on the internet as well. Many online continuing education classes for nursing are offered by universities, community colleges, trade schools, online colleges, and institiutions. Just make sure that the offering institution is accredited by an organization that qualifies your license.

Featured Programs:
Sponsored School(s)
Purdue Global Visit School's Website
Selected Program:
  • Graduate and Undergraduate Degrees and Postgraduate Certificates in Nursing
Grand Canyon University Visit School's Website
Selected Program:
  • Online Nursing Degrees
Liberty University Visit School's Website
Selected Program:
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing for the Registered Nurse
Seton Hall University Visit School's Website
Selected Program:
  • Ranked #15 in Best Online Master's in Nursing Program by US News, Seton Hall University offers two fully online Nurse Practitioner programs: Adult Gerontology with Acute and Primary Tracks and Psychiatric Mental Health.

Back to Top