School of Nursing at NAU
The BSN Mid-AAS track program builds on the knowledge and skills registered nurses have acquired through a diploma or associate degree program. It is designed to enable students to move into a wider array of practice and leadership roles, in addition to being prepared to enter graduate school.
The Mid-AAS program lets you work on your BSN degree while mid-way through your associates RN licensure and is part of the CEP program. Learn what prerequisites and program requirements are needed.
- Enrollment in 3rd or 4th semester at a regionally accredited Associate Degree in Nursing program.
- An advisor approval form (page 7) confirming good academic standing in the ADN program, with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
- No more than three (3) deficient non-nursing courses, includes Liberal Studies, Diversity, and Pre-Professional courses.
- A minimum GPA of 3.0 in pre-professional coursework. Any pre-professional courses taken outside the state of Arizona must be approved by the Curriculum Committee.
To learn how to apply to the Mid-AAS program, visit the admissions page.