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Academic Programs at UIU-Mesa
The UIU-Mesa center offers classes to RNs who are seeking their BSN.
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Maricopa Nursing and Upper Iowa University Partnership
Maricopa Nursing and UIU have developed a concurrent enrollment program that allows a limited number of qualifying students to enroll in both programs, taking classes at the same time and earning an associate in applied science (AAS) in nursing, followed by obtaining the BSN within two semesters of AAS completion. Classes are taught in exclusively online or hybrid formats (face-to-face + online).
To be eligible for consideration, students must be accepted into the Maricopa Nursing queue and must have completed all prerequisite and co-requisite requirements for both programs.
For details details on this program, contact:
Shorter Sessions with Focused Schedule
UIU’s unique Two-at-a-Time course schedule helps you focus on your studies. As a full-time RN-BSN student, you only need to take two classes during each 8- or 6-week session, which helps you concentrate and excel. The UIU RN-BSN program can be taken completely online or in a hybrid format that combines traditional classes with online learning.
2021-2022 Academic Year
Easily Transfer Credits
Whether it’s been a single semester or several years since your last college course, UIU makes it easy to apply those credits to your degree. We accept up to 90 credits from four-year schools or 78 credits from two-year schools. Plus, your professional experience and test scores may earn you college credit.
The university also partners with several community colleges in the Mesa area to make the transfer process even smoother. UIU holds articulation agreements with schools across the country, including Maricopa Community College District.
Admissions and Aid
When you’re ready to apply to UIU-Mesa, we’ll help you navigate the admissions and financial aid process.
Experience UIU from Mesa
As a student at UIU-Mesa, you can take advantage of the benefits of being part of a global school community.
Kathy Schmitz, '14
At 56 years old I decided it was time to get my BSN. A friend introduced me to UIU and the RN - BSN program. I was hesitant; it's been a long time since I have been in school. I am now fully engaged in the nursing program. It is hard for me to explain the impact returning to school has made on me. I actually look at the nursing profession in a whole new light, the difference in having an ADN and working towards my BSN makes me feel "more professional". I would highly recommend UIU-Mesa and the instructors. I have felt supported through the entire process.