The Department of Nursing
Explore the nursing degree options available at NAU-Yuma
Nurses outnumber all healthcare practitioners, with demand on the rise. It is estimated that by the year 2022, there will be far more jobs for registered nurses available than jobs in any other profession. With a bachelor’s degree in Nursing through NAU, you will gain skills in leadership, collaboration, and critical thinking that will provide the foundation you need to succeed in this dynamic career field.
The career opportunities are endless: from hospitals, community health agencies, schools, businesses, and research facilities. Shape your degree path to fit your needs by choosing from one of our programs.
NAU-Yuma nursing programs
Traditional Nursing (BSN) program: in-person NAU nursing program with a few (nursing theory) courses offered online.
RN to BSN program: two online options to degree completion if you’ve already earned your associate’s degree and are a licensed nurse: an online classroom environment with a structured schedule or our Personalized Learning environment where you set the pace.
Concurrent enrollment (AAS & BSN): earn your Associates degree and your BSN at the same time, in partnership with Arizona Western College. Students take nursing theory courses online through NAU while completing AWC’s in-person nursing program.
Mid-AAS program: Current Arizona Western College nursing students with one year of nursing courses completed may enroll in NAU’s RN to BSN program, complete their Associates and then earn their BSN by taking online NAU nursing theory courses.
Attend a BSN Info Session to get current information on program admission and program requirements. Bring a copy of your transcripts to the session to get them evaluated for the nursing program. Info sessions take place on the AWC campus and the NAU-Yuma Campus in the Academic Complex, Room 214B.
Upcoming info sessions
- Monday, December 2nd at 2:00pm
- Tuesday, December 17th at 10:00am
- Wednesday, January 15th at 2:00am
- Thursday, January 30th at 10:00am