For more information on any of the Brookline College Nursing programs click on a link below.
Our traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a comprehensive 120-week program for individuals who possess a high school diploma or GED.* This program is offered at both health care schools in Phoenix, AZ; and Albuquerque, NM.
Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Baccalaureate Degree Graduates is an accelerated 60-week nursing degree program that is specifically designed for those individuals who currently possess a Bachelor’s degree in another field.* This program is offered at both our Phoenix, AZ; and Albuquerque, NM; campuses.
Both nursing degree programs are designed to prepare graduates to take the NCLEX-RN exam required to become a registered nurse.
Brookline College’s Master of Science in Nursing program is offered Online. This program will prepare you to become a nurse educator within academic or health care settings. This could be your chance to make a real difference. Our online Master of Science in Nursing will prepare you to teach a new generation of nurses. Competencies for this specialty were derived from the NLN Nurse Educator standards and the Masters Essentials for Professional Nursing practice. The courses will prepare you to become a knowledgeable nurse educator ready to teach in diverse settings.
This program is for registered nurses (RN) who possess a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN), have a current, unencumbered RN license, and wish to move into nursing education. The program is flexible and can be adapted to your busy schedule.
For more information on any of the Brookline College Nursing school programs click on a link below.
*Other admissions requirements apply; speak with an admissions representative for details.
If you are interested in becoming a registered nurse, contact Brookline College today. Fill out the form on this page for more information about potential nursing careers.
Brookline College wishes to announce that it will host an onsite review for the initial accreditation of its Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing programs by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education on September 10-12, 2014.
Written comments are welcome and should be submitted directly to: Catherine Sneed, Accreditation Coordinator, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 1 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036.
All written and signed third-party comments will be accepted by CCNE until August 11, 2014.