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Arizona RN Programs

State Approved RN Schools in Arizona

Find accredited registered nursing programs to complete RN pre-licensure requirements

Being a Nurse in Arizona

Being a nurse is a very rewarding and positive job. It really is not simply a job, it is a mission to serve and care for those who cannot care for themselves. Arizona is the perfect place to study and prepare for a nursing career since there are many training courses and schools you can attend to become a registered nurse. Arizona has a strong job market for licensed nurses and many different employment opportunities can be found.

A nurse working in Arizona can make an average salary of 58,000 dollars per year, depending on the field chosen and on their level of training. For example a nurse with a Bachelor Degree will make more and be better qualified than a nurse with an Associates Degree. When you are in charge of a group of nurses or assist a doctor in his private practice you can usually expect to earn more. Nursing is a career dedicated to serving others and if you enjoy that type of work then being a nurse can be a very suitable career.

Arizona is very spread out and its population is heavily concentrated in a few major cities. Today many sick and elderly people retire to live in Arizona and enjoy the warm dessert weather and the relatively clean air. Reduced humidity is recommended for people with breathing diseases like chronic asthma and bronchitis. Nurses with training in ambulatory care or adult care are in great demand to service these types of patients.

There are many state and federal financial assistance programs in place to provide funding for the expansion of health care services in rural areas of Arizona and on Native American reservations. These programs usually include a budget for hiring several nurses to staff these hospitals and health clinics. There is demand for a variety of nursing specialties, such as pediatric nurses, general nurses, emergency nurses, orthopedic nurses and so forth. Specialties dealing with children and the elderly are probably the most in-demand because of the large population of such patients.

In the past year the demand for registered nurses in the state of Arizona has increased by 14% and continues to rise. The need for nurses in Arizona will continue to increase as long as the elderly population and the population in general keeps growing. New health assistant programs open frequently in an effort to improve health conditions in the rural parts of Arizona and the Native American reservations. Now is a good time to start a registered nursing career in Arizona and serve the state’s population.

Arizona Associates Degree RN Programs

Brown Mackie College – Phoenix

13430 North Black Canyon Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85029
Phone: 602-337-3044

Carrington College

2701 West Bethany Home Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85017
Phone: 602-433-1333

Everest College

10400 North 25th Ave, Suite 190
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
Phone: 602-942-4141, x2715

ITT Technical Institute

10220 North 25th Avenue, Suite 100
Phoenix, Arizona 85201
Phone: 602-749-7900

Arizona Western College

P.O. Box 929
Yuma, Arizona 85364
Phone: 928-317-6049

Central Arizona College

8470 North Overfield Road
Coolidge, Arizona 85228
Phone: 520-494-5330

Cochise College

4190 W. Highway 80
Douglas, Arizona 85607
Phone: 520-364-7943

Coconino Community College

3000 N. 4th Street
Flagstaff, Arizona 86004
Phone: 928-526-7665

Eastern Arizona College

615 N. Stadium Avenue
Thatcher, Arizona 85552
Phone: 928-428-8396

Maricopa Nursing at Chandler – Gilbert Community College

2626 E. Pecos Road
Chandler, Arizona 85225
Phone: 480-732-7000

Maricopa Nursing at Estrella Mountain Community College

3000 N. Dysart Rd
Avondale, Arizona 85023
Phone: 623-535-2700

MaricopaNursing at GateWay Community College

108 N. 40th Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85034
Phone: 602-286-8531

MaricopaNursing at Glendale Community College

6000 W. Olive Avenue
Glendale, Arizona 85302
Phone: 623-845-3000

MaricopaNursing at Mesa Community College

1833 W. Southern Avenue
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Phone: 480-461-7821

MaricopaNursing at Paradise Valley Community College

18401 North 32nd Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
Phone: 602-787-6500

MaricopaNursing at Phoenix College

1202 W. Thomas Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
Phone: 602-285-7133

MaricopaNursing at Scottsdale Community College

9000 East Chaparral Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85256
Phone: 480-423-6000

Mohave Community College

1977 W. Acoma
Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403
Phone: 928-505-3378

Northland Pioneer College

P.O. Box 610
Holbrook, Arizona 86025
Phone: 928-532-6136

Pima Community College

2202 W. Anklam Road
Tucson, Arizona 85709
Phone: 520-206-6661

Pima Medical Institute Mesa Campus

941 S. Dobson Road
Mesa, Arizona 85202
Phone: 480-644-0267, x6230

Pima Medical Institute Tucson Campus

40 N. Swan Road, Suite 200
Tucson, Arizona 85711
Phone: 520-318-2214
Alt Phone: 520-318-2212

Yavapai College

1100 E. Sheldon Street
Prescott, Arizona 86301
Phone: 928-776-2246

Arizona RN Resources

Arizona State Board of Nursing
Arizona Nursing Scholarships
Arizona Nurses Association
School Nurses Organization of Arizona
Black Nurses Association Phoenix
Philippine Nurses Association of Arizona
Arizona Nurse Continuing Education Online
NCLEX-RN Exam Prep

View our directory of accredited Arizona RN programs. The list below includes all state-approved registered nursing programs in the state of Arizona. We try to keep our listings as updated as possible, but we recommend that students perform their own individual research on schools of interest, including verifying the school’s current standing with the Arizona state board of nursing.

Accredited Arizona RN Schools

Arizona RN programs are sorted according to the type of degree awarded upon completion. There are two year Associates degree programs and four year Bachelors degree programs. Both program types prepare students to take the NCLEX-RN exam and become a licensed registered nurse.

Bachelor Degree RN Programs in Arizona

Arizona State University College of Nursing and Healthcare Innovation

500 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Phone: 602-496-2644

Brookline College School of Nursing

2445 W. Dunlap Avenue, Suite 100
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
Phone: 602-589-1313

Chamberlain College of Nursing

2149 W. Dunlap Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
Phone: 602-870-0981

Grand Canyon University

P.O. Box 11097
3300 W. Camelback Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85061
Phone: 602-639-6167

Northern Arizona University

202 E. Pine Knoll, Building 72
Post Office Box 15035
Flagstaff, Arizona 86011
Phone: 928-523-2671

University of Arizona

1305 N. Martin Avenue
Post Office Box 210203
Tucson, Arizona 85721
Phone: 520-626-6154

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