Northern Arizona University offers two respected Bachelor of
Science in Nursing (BSN) degree programs as well as several ways to pursue your
1) The traditional in-person BSN degree program is offered
at three Arizona campuses. Tribal members can complete the American Indian
Program through the Nursing Education Center in St. Michaels.
2) The RN-to-BSN degree program can be completed entirely
online and allows registered nurses to advance by building on your associate
degree in nursing. NAU's RN-to-BSN degree is ranked one of the Best Online BSN Programs in the country.
One of NAU’s newest and most popular options for earning a
bachelor’s degree in nursing is the Concurrent Enrollment Program. This option lets you take classes
concurrently—locally at a Maricopa County Community College or Pima Community College, and online through
NAU—and earn both your Associate of Applied Sciences in Nursing and your BSN in
2.5 years. This option also cuts the total cost of a BSN by more than a third.
See the BSN-Concurrent tab below for details.