In our Alaska RN program guide, find rankings for both ADN and BSN Degree programs, tuition costs, NCLEX passing rates, and more. Research key Alaska RN Program information to help you compare program metrics and to apply to best RN program for your career in nursing.

In the State of Alaska, nurses are helping to change the face of healthcare. To ensure that they have the best education and preparation for future health care challenges, registered nurses need to graduate from a state-approved associate's degree in nursing program or a BSN degree program.

Nurses who graduate from an RN program can obtain certification in over 100 nursing specialties, go on to earn an RN to BSN or RN to MSN degree.

BSN degree holders have options to earn an Advance Practice Register Nursing (APRN) degree and become a Nurse Practitioner (NP), or earn an advanced degree for a career in any number of nursing leadership roles such Nurse Educator or Clinical Nurse Specialist.


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ADN University of Alaska Southeast Juneau Public Campus, Online See School Details
BSN University of Alaska Anchorage Anchorage Public Campus, Hybrid, Online ACEN, CCNE See School Details