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Given its current nursing shortage, aging population, high salary ranges, and quality educational opportunities, Arizona nurses have a great future for job opportunities, competitive salary and career advancement.

9th Annual Arizona RN Program Rankings by RNCareers.org

To help nursing students in their search for a top RN program, the education experts at RNCareers.org publish their annual findings of the best nursing schools for both Arizona and the country. Schools ranked on our list have proven their ability to educate highly competent nurses.

To create our rankings, we evaluated 18 ADN degree programs and 8 BSN degree programs in Arizona. We obtained each institution’s first-time NCLEX-RN passing rates, the number of students taking the test, the program nursing accreditation and more. We then compared the results against other nursing programs in Arizona to provide our state rankings. View our methodology

RN Programs in Arizona

Best ADN Programs in Arizona

#1 Associate Degree in Nursing

Maricopa Nursing - Scottsdale Community College

96.83% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 9000 E Chaparral Rd, Scottsdale, AZ - 85256
  • (480) 423-6000
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 96.83%
  • Programs: Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 131
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $2,070
  • Book and Supplies: $1,464
  • Percent Received Aid: 46%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $3,942
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: 17%

Scottsdale Community College is located in Scottsdale, Arizona.  This community college is known to offer perks to its students, such as the latest versions of Windows and Microsoft Office suite; this allows their students to have the latest technology with which to do their assignments.  They also offer academic support services to students in a variety of topics.  Scottsdale Community College offers an ADN program.

Serving approximately 10,000 students a year, the Scottsdale Community College is a student-centered college that focuses on active, engaged, and intellectually rigorous learning. This institution aims to provide high-quality, accessible educational opportunities and innovative teaching and learning and support services. 

The college provides ample opportunities for students to grow and learn beyond the constraints of academia. Students are encouraged to get involved in athletics, student organizations, community partnerships, and many other activities. 

#2 Associate Degree in Nursing

PIMA Medical Institute-Tucson

Online RN to BSN Degree Completion Program

94.48% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 2121 N Craycroft Road, Bldg 1, Tucson, AZ - 85712
  • (520) 326-1600
Nurse Admin: Cynthia Clark, MSN, MA, PHN, ACHE, CLNC, RN
Title: Program Director
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 94.48%
  • Programs: Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate, Bachelor

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 61
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: N/A
  • Book and Supplies: $2,592
  • Percent Received Aid: 89%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $4,880
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: N/A

The nursing at PIMA Medical Institute, Tucson provides the in-demand, hands-on education that employers expect, and which are needed to become the best healthcare professionals. The Tucson campus houses large classrooms, spacious study areas, high-quality labs, and training facilities to teach students all they need to know about nursing. The campus also has a nursing simulation lab with arena seating that allows students to learn by looking at their peers, conducting discussion sessions, and learning through their mistakes and successes. 

RNs who graduate from PIMA Medical Institute go on to work in different hospitals, clinics, community health organizations, schools, long-term care facilities, in-home health, physicians’ offices, and outpatient clinics. The students are taught the necessary skills, theory, and techniques for caring for patients of all ages. The institute also offers multiple substantial financial aids in addition to the affordable tuition to facilitate accessible education for all.

Undergraduate Programs: The Tucson campus of PIMA Medical Institute offers an Associate Degree in Nursing program which enables students to sit for their NCLEX-RN exams after completion of the degree. The school even goes the extra mile by providing students with the resources, guidance, and supervision of a licensed medical practitioner to find a job once they complete their studies and pass the licensure examination.

#3 Associate Degree in Nursing

Central Arizona College

93.94% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 8470 N Overfield Rd, Coolidge, AZ - 85128-9030
  • (520) 494-5444
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 93.94%
  • Programs: Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 96
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $2,580
  • Book and Supplies: $1,600
  • Percent Received Aid: 91%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $2,884
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: 16%

#4 Associate Degree in Nursing

Yavapai College

92.35% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 1100 E Sheldon St, Prescott, AZ - 86301
  • (928) 445-7300
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 92.35%
  • Programs: Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 107
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $2,600
  • Book and Supplies: $1,160
  • Percent Received Aid: 74%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $3,709
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: 32%

Yavapai College is located in Prescott, Arizona.  It also has a campus in Clarkdale, Arizona (Verde Valley); nursing classes are offered at both campuses.  Yavapai College Nursing believes that "nursing is an art and science and that a sound nursing education curriculum integrates knowledge from the sciences and the humanities. The nursing curriculum is based on concepts relating to the client, health, environment, nursing therapeutics, and learning."

#5 Associate Degree in Nursing

Northland Pioneer College

91.72% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 2251 E. Navajo Blvd., Holbrook, AZ - 86025-0610
  • (800) 266-7845
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 91.72%
  • Programs: Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 71
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $2,428
  • Book and Supplies: $1,400
  • Percent Received Aid: 80%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $1,672
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: 9%

One of the best colleges in the state, Northland Pioneer College boasts a high employment success rate and one of the lowest tuition costs in the entire state. The college is committed to providing excellent education at an affordable price and making it accessible to everyone for the development of the community of Arizona. The college offers multiple financial aid and scholarships in addition to the low cost of attendance. What’s more is that you can earn college credit while in your high school should you choose to study in Northland Pioneer College.

The nursing programs at this college give the students the advantage of learning in small classes that facilitate personal tutoring from the highly experienced instructors. The students are instructed in high-quality labs and multiple hospitals that allow for hands-on practice and clinical experience, every semester. Their holistically-oriented faculty members provide the students with planned experiences and individualized, up-to-date evidence-based instruction. 

Undergraduate Programs: The Certificate of Applied Science (CAS) program prepares nurses to work as LPNs in various healthcare settings. This affordable program also provides students the option to choose to become a Registered Nurse by applying for and the Associate of Applied Science degree in their second year of study.

Their two-year Registered Nursing program prepares students to take the NCLEX-RN exam and excel in the field of professional nursing. In addition to the traditional RN program, the college also offers a LNA to RN program, a LPN to RN program, and a Paramedic to Nursing course to facilitate smooth transition of working nurses to higher studies while they continue to work.

#6 Associate Degree in Nursing

Maricopa Nursing - Chandler-Gilbert Community College

90.97% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 2626 E Pecos Rd., Chandler, AZ - 85225-2499
  • 4807327000
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 90.97%
  • Programs: Practical Nursing, Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate

University Information

  • Total Faculty:
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: N/A
  • Book and Supplies: N/A
  • Percent Received Aid: N/A
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: N/A
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: N/A

The Chandler-Gilbert Community College (CGCC) Maricopa Nursing Program is accredited by the ACEN and approved by the Arizona State Board of Nursing. CGCC offers the following nursing programs:

  • Practical Nursing
  • Registered Nurse (AAS)
  • Students planning to earn their BSN and transfer to ASU may be able to enroll into the Maricopa-ASU Partnership Program (MAPP).

CGCC school of nursing provides a “learner-centered educational environment that supports the mission of Maricopa Nursing, a district-wide curriculum with a variety of coursework committed to preparing future nurses in a dynamic, multicultural world.”

During your clinicals, nursing students will work directly with patients, nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals. You will receive hands-on experience in community agencies, long-term care facilities, and hospitals. Clinical experiences are offered in a number of inpatient and outpatient settings.

#7 Associate Degree in Nursing

PIMA Community College - West Campus

88.29% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 4905C East Broadway Blvd., Tucson, AZ - 85709-1275
  • (520) 206-4500
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (B) 88.29%
  • Programs: Practical Nursing, Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 243
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $2,250
  • Book and Supplies: $1,920
  • Percent Received Aid: 78%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $4,068
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: 18%

The Pima Community College (PCC) is a public institution located in Tucson, Arizona. PCC nursing programs are accredited by the ACEN are offered at its West Campus and Desert Vista Campus.

Through partnerships between PCC campuses and local universities, Pima's Nursing program offers pathways for students to receive training and earn nursing certificates and degrees in the following healthcare specialties:

  • Nursing Assistant
  • Patient Care Technician
  • Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Associate of Applied Science in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing is offered as a Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP) at both Northern Arizona University or Arizona State University while you pursue an ADN degree at Pima.
  • RN Refresher Course Certificate

PCC students are well prepared to work in many healthcare settings including physician offices, hospitals, and nursing homes.

 

 

#8 Associate Degree in Nursing

Cochise College

87.49% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 901 N Colombo Ave, Sierra Vista, AZ - 85635-2317
  • (520) 515-0500
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (B) 87.49%
  • Programs: Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 97
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $2,184
  • Book and Supplies: $1,800
  • Percent Received Aid: 85%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $4,622
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: 29%

#9 Associate Degree in Nursing

Coconino Community College

86.06% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 2800 S. Lone Tree Rd., Flagstaff, AZ - 86005-2701
  • (928) 527-1222
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (B) 86.06%
  • Programs: Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 41
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $2,712
  • Book and Supplies: $9,492
  • Percent Received Aid: 66%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $3,193
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: 20%

Nursing students at Coconino Community College are provided with the knowledge and skills required to work successfully in a variety of healthcare environments. The college itself is very welcoming to all cultures, identities, beliefs, experiences, and ideas while also providing affordable quality education to those who seek it. 

The nursing program features small class sizes taught by highly accredited faculty and training in specialized labs and multiple healthcare centres. After completion of their education from Coconino Community College, graduates are eligible to sit for their licensing exams and work as professionals of the healthcare fraternity. Alternately, they can also transfer to a University to further advance their education and emerge as nurse leaders and policy makers. The courses and the facilities are designed to prepare students for a successful career as a registered nurse who can manage client care and practice evidence-based care.

To make finding a job easier for its graduates, the college has a close-knit relationship with both its alumni and potential employers. The students are encouraged to foster a good relationship and connect with the alumni to help them get the guidance and support they need. The career program allows students to look at employers’ job listings, and find jobs that suit them, easily.

Undergraduate Programs: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Nursing program prepares students for entry-level nursing positions in a variety of healthcare facilities including hospitals, long-term care facilities, and community healthcare settings.

Best BSN Programs in Arizona

#1 Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Northern Arizona University

School of Nursing

94.47% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 1900 S Knoles Dr, Babbitt Administrative Center, Room 200, Flagstaff, AZ - 86011-4092
  • (928) 523-9011
Nurse Admin: Janina C. Johnson, DNP, RN, CNE
Title: Executive Director
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 94.47%
  • Programs: Family Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Accelerated BSN, Bachelor, MSN, MSN to DNP, Post Master's NP Certificate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 998
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $11,896
  • Book and Supplies: $900
  • Percent Received Aid: 95%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $10,239
  • Percent Admitted: 82%
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: 17%
  • Graduation Rate: 57%

#2 Bachelor of Science in Nursing

University of Phoenix-Phoenix Campus

93.53% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 1625 West Fountainhead Parkway, Tempe, AZ - 85282-2371
  • 8667660766
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 93.53%
  • Programs: Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Bachelor, LPN to BSN, MSN

University Information

  • Total Faculty:
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: N/A
  • Book and Supplies: N/A
  • Percent Received Aid: N/A
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: N/A
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: N/A

#3 Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Chamberlain University

College of Nursing

91.93% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 2149 W. Dunlap Avenue, Phoenix, AZ - 85021
  • (602) 331-2720
Nurse Admin: Carla D Sanderson, PhD, RN
Title: Provost
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 91.93%
  • Programs: Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator, Nursing Administration, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Bachelor, MSN

University Information

  • Total Faculty:
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $600
  • Book and Supplies: N/A
  • Percent Received Aid: 80%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $3,249
  • Percent Admitted: 63%
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: 80%
  • Graduation Rate: 50%

#4 Bachelor of Science in Nursing

University of Arizona

College of Nursing

91.71% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 1401 E University, Tucson, AZ - 85721-0066
  • (520) 621-2211
Nurse Admin: Hyochol Brian Ahm, PhD, MSN, MS-CTS, MS-ECE, APRN, ANP-BC, FAAN
Title: Dean and Professor
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 91.71%
  • Programs: Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Accelerated MSN, Bachelor, BSN to DNP, BSN to PhD, MSN, MSN to DNP, Post Master's NP Certificate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 2902
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $12,736
  • Book and Supplies: $900
  • Percent Received Aid: 95%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $12,861
  • Percent Admitted: 85%
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: 20%
  • Graduation Rate: 65%

#5 Bachelor of Science in Nursing

PIMA Medical Institute-Tucson

Online RN to BSN Degree Completion Program

91.67% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 2121 N Craycroft Road, Bldg 1, Tucson, AZ - 85712
  • (520) 326-1600
Nurse Admin: Cynthia Clark, MSN, MA, PHN, ACHE, CLNC, RN
Title: Program Director
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 91.67%
  • Programs: Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Associate, Bachelor

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 61
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: N/A
  • Book and Supplies: $2,592
  • Percent Received Aid: 89%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $4,880
  • Percent Admitted: N/A
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: N/A
  • Graduation Rate: N/A

#6 Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Grand Canyon University

College of Nursing and Health Care Professions

91.36% 3-Year
Pass Rate
  • 3300 W Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ - 85017
  • (800) 800-9776
Nurse Admin: Lisa G. smith, PhD, RN, CNE
Title: Dean and Professor
  • NCLEX Passing Rate: (A) 91.36%
  • Programs: Adult Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nursing
  • Award Levels: Accelerated BSN, APRN Certificate, Bachelor, MSN, MSN to DNP, Post Master's NP Certificate

University Information

  • Total Faculty: 464
  • In-State Undergraduate Tuition: $800
  • Book and Supplies: N/A
  • Percent Received Aid: 100%
  • Average Grant or Scholarship: $7,683
  • Percent Admitted: 81%
  • Percent Admitted who Enrolled: 20%
  • Graduation Rate: 47%

Overview of Nursing Schools in Arizona

  • There are 39 nursing schools in Arizona. The CCNE accredits 11 nursing schools and the ACEN accredits 23 schools in Arizona.
  • Typically, an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) will take between 18 to 24 months to complete, and a Bachelor Degree in Nursing (BSN) will take about 4 years to complete.
  • The average NCLEX passing rate range for ADN students in Arizona is between 73.91% and 97.38%.
  • The average NCLEX passing rate range for BSN students in Arizona is between 70.80% and 94.47%.
  • The average annual salary for registered nurses is between $52,080 to $111,220 a year.
  • Registered Nurses (RN) throughout the country and in Arizona can expect a favorable job growth of 15 percent from 2016 to 2026 which much faster than the average for all occupations.

About RN Programs in Arizona

The Grand Canyon State is home to a 39 nursing schools, with 11 accredited by the CCNE and 23 accredited by the ACEN.

Nursing students in Arizona can opt for either an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), which takes about 18 to 24 months to finish, or a Bachelor Degree in Nursing (BSN), requiring around 4 years. The state's nursing institutions are notable for their strong NCLEX passing rates. The average passing rate for ADN students lies between 74.20% and 97.00%, while for BSN students, it ranges from 80.14% to 96.43%.

Arizona's job market for Registered Nurses (RN) is very promising, with an anticipated growth rate of 39.3% between 2020 and 2030. This increase will necessitate the addition of 81,460 new RNs by 2030, or around 5,930 new nurses each year.

Nurses in Arizona can also expect competitive compensation, as the state is ranked #15 in the U.S. for Registered Nurses' salaries and #20 when adjusted for the cost of living. On average, Arizona's RNs earn an annual salary of $81,600 or an hourly wage of $39.23.

Arizona's natural beauty, including the Grand Canyon, Sedona's red rocks, and the Sonoran Desert, offers nurses an attractive work-life balance. The state's climate with mild winters and abundant sunshine, is an additional draw for those seeking an active outdoor lifestyle.

Nursing Programs Offered by Arizona Nursing Schools

  • Registered Nursing: 32
  • Family Nurse Practitioner: 7
  • Practical Nursing: 3
  • Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner: 3
  • Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner: 2
  • Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner: 2
  • Adult Acute Care Nurse Practitioner: 1
  • Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner: 1
  • Adult Psychiatric - Mental Health Nurse Practitioner: 1
  • Neonatal Nurse Practitioner: 1
  • Nurse Educator: 1
  • Women's Health Nurse Practitioner: 1
  • Nursing Administration: 0

Arizona RN Program Comparisons: ADN vs BSN

Compare RN Programs ADN BSN
Number of Nursing Programs 19 11
Average NCLEX Passing Rate 90.52% 89.66%
NCLEX Passing Rate Range 73.91% to 97.38% 70.80% to 94.47%

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Become an APRN in Arizona

RNs who wish to become advanced practice registered nurses will want to pursue any number of avenues to earn Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree. Earning a Master of Science in Nursing consists of graduate-level coursework and clinical practice for those nurses who wish to direct patient roles such as a nurse practitioner. You can also pursue indirect patient roles such as teaching or leadership roles, or become involved in policy, state-wide health initiatives or community engagement. There are many clinical and non-clinical avenues that an RN with MSN can pursue.

Learn about Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Degree.

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Grade
University
Arizona Rank
Degree
82.50 PIMA Medical Institute-Mesa 9 ADN
73.91 Mohave Community College 10 ADN
70.80 Brookline College-Phoenix 7 BSN

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Arizona RN Resources

  • Arizona State Board of Nursing (AZBN) - The Arizona State Board of Nursing is the regulatory body responsible for licensing, regulating, and monitoring nursing professionals in Arizona. AZBN ensures public safety by setting and enforcing standards for nursing education, licensure, and practice.
  • Arizona Nurses Association (AzNA) - The Arizona Nurses Association is a professional organization representing registered nurses in Arizona. AzNA advocates for nursing professionals, provides continuing education opportunities, and offers resources to support nurses and promote quality patient care.
  • Arizona Association of Nursing Academic Leaders (AANAL) - AANAL is an organization that represents deans, directors, and chairs of nursing programs in Arizona. The association focuses on promoting excellence in nursing education, fostering collaboration among academic leaders, and advancing the nursing profession.
  • Arizona Nursing Students' Association (ANSA) - The Arizona Nursing Students' Association is a student-run organization that supports nursing students across the state. ANSA offers resources, networking opportunities, and mentorship to students pursuing nursing careers.
  • Arizona Organization of Nurse Executives (AzONE) - AzONE is a professional organization for nurse leaders in Arizona. They work to advance the nursing profession through leadership development, research promotion, and health policy advocacy.
  • Arizona Nurses Foundation (ANF) - The Arizona Nurses Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports nursing professionals through scholarships, grants, and awards. ANF promotes nursing education, research, and professional development in Arizona.
  • Arizona Action Coalition (AZAC) - The Arizona Action Coalition is a statewide initiative that aims to transform healthcare through nursing. AZAC collaborates with educators, policymakers, and healthcare leaders to improve nursing education, workforce development, and healthcare outcomes.

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