Begin your journey in healthcare right away! Even if you do not have a GED or High school diploma you can still enroll today!
The Allied Health programs at Arizona College provide students with valuable training in the growing healthcare industry. Benefit from expert instruction, hands-on technical training, and industry standard facilities with real medical equipment!
All Arizona College of Nursing and Arizona College campuses are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), a U.S. Department of Education-recognized national accrediting agency.
Complete your diploma in less than 10 months and prepare for career opportunities in the following Allied Health programs:
- Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy (30-week undergraduate diploma program)
- Dental Assistant (38-week undergraduate diploma program)
- Medical Billing and Coding (30-week undergraduate diploma program)
- Pharmacy Technician (34-week undergraduate diploma program)
- Massage Therapy (35-week undergraduate certificate program)
- Health Care Administration (30-week associate’s degree program)
Allied Health classes start about every 5 weeks, ten times per year. No GED or High School diploma required for the following programs: Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy, Dental Assistant, Medical Billing and Coding, and Massage Therapy.
In 2013, the college introduced a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Students can earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in as little as three years. The accredited 3-year nursing program is a combination of classroom and hands-on learning with high tech labs, personalized attention, convenient night classes, and new sessions that start every 8 weeks.
High school or college cumulative GPA of 2.75 is required for the BSN program. GPA requirement waived for admission assessment score of 75 or higher. GEDs are also accepted. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program at Arizona College of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
In 1991, a group of pharmacists founded Arizona School of Pharmacy Technology. Their goal was to train people for a growing number of jobs in the local pharmacy community.
Five years later, Eduvision, Inc., an educational services corporation with more than two decades of health education experience, purchased the school and expanded its offerings.
Along with new health education programs came a new name: Arizona College of Allied Health. They soon relocated from their original Scottsdale campus to a larger 32,953-square-foot location in Glendale, Arizona, which provided ample space for the new medical assisting and health information specialist programs.
By 2012, they had officially changed their name to Arizona College and opened a second campus in Mesa, Arizona. This expanded footprint allowed their academic offerings and student population to grow.
In 2013, with the introduction of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, the college was officially renamed the Arizona College of Nursing.
Arizona College of Nursing has locations in Arizona, California, Michigan, Nevada, Texas, Florida, Virginia, and Utah, with programs in the following cities:
AZ – Phoenix
AZ – Tempe
AZ – Tucson
CA – Ontario
FL – Fort Lauderdale
FL – Sarasota
FL – Tampa
MI – Southfield
NV – Las Vegas
TX – Dallas
UT – Salt Lake City
VA – Falls Church
There are many benefits to attending Arizona College, including personalized attention from knowledgeable faculty, flexible program start dates, tutoring services, and financial aid options. If you’ve started your nursing or healthcare education at another accredited school, you might be able to transfer those credits. Transferring credits can get you on track to complete your program in less time and at a lower cost. For questions about transfer credits, including credits associated with CLEP test scores, contact Student Services.
“Everyone at Arizona College has been very helpful and friendly. The class size is smaller than most colleges which is what I like the most.” ~Whitney Begay, Pharmacy Technician Program