Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP)
The Concurrent Enrollment nursing Program (CEP) is designed for qualified associate degree nursing students who are interested in earning their Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) while pursuing their Associates degree in Nursing.
The CEP allows students to pursue an Associates of Applied Science (AAS) degree in nursing while providing an affordable course of study. When followed in sequence, this program enables students to complete their BSN degree concurrently in the same semester as graduating with their AAS degree, or in one semester after. For students who will be completing their BSN following their completion of their AAS, successful completion of the NCLEX and licensure as an RN required for enrollment into their final BSN requirements.
Students enrolled in the CEP will follow the traditional course of study for all students pursuing their AAS degree in nursing, but at the same time they will also be enrolled in required NAU nursing courses. All NAU courses are taken online or in a hybrid format.
What are the eligibility requirements for the CEP Nursing program?
To view the Eligibility requirements for the Concurrent Enrollment Program visit the Admissions page.
How do I apply for the CEP Nursing program?
To apply to the Concurrent Enrollment Program visit the Admissions page.