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NANNA Partners Grand Canyon University
Date Posted: 19/Jan/2013


As a leading provider of nurse education, Grand Canyon University offers convenient programs that fit your educational needs. Students can elect to take courses online or through our evening cohorts which meet just once a week at the Phoenix campus and other satellite locations throughout Arizona. With our online graduate nursing programs ranked #8 in the nation*, GCU is highly recognized in the healthcare industry for outstanding programs for practicing nurses who are seeking to further their education.
GCU offers a variety of nursing programs including an RN to BSN and a range of MSN degrees all tailored to fit the demands of working nurses. As a GCU nursing student, you are continually asked to make a connection between what is learned, its relevance and its application. You are then able to apply the knowledge and skills you’ve learned directly to your nursing career.
Earlier Graduation: Our 4 credit classes allow you to complete your MSN degree in less time. Our RN to BSN is transfer friendly allowing you to graduate sooner.
Transfer Friendly: We will request your transcripts, evaluate your graduate coursework, and determine your anticipated graduation date within 24 hours. No GRE or entrance exams are required.
Learn from Leaders: At Grand Canyon University, classes are taught by industry leaders and subject matter experts.
Academic Excellence: Quality academic programs provide the essential knowledge and skills needed to be effective in today’s complex health care world.**
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