Free-tuition BSN program expands with distance learning

12/29/2008 | Yuma Sun (Ariz.), The

A tuition-free program offered by the University of Arizona will help people in Yuma switch their career to nursing. The Accelerated BSN Partnership Program for College Graduates already operates in Tucson, and the school is expanding the idea using a combination of in-person and distance learning courses. Eligible students will have a bachelor's degree in health sciences and will be required to work at Yuma Regional Medical Center for three years after their education is complete.

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