Nursing Associate Degree Program
A nurse is a vital part of any medical team, assisting physicians and other team members with various duties. They provide direct patient care in a number of settings.
Careers in Nursing
When you’re a Pima Medical Institute student, you get access to our Career Services team—here for you when you need extra help with finding the right job opportunities, building a resume, strengthening your interview skills or just looking for general guidance.
At Pima Medical Institute, most programs allow students to work in their field through clinical externships—a chance to be mentored by full-time professionals and interface with real patients.
In addition to real-world experience, clinical externships offer students resume-worthy opportunities, letters of recommendation from supervisors, and sometimes job placement directly after graduation.
Learn more about the courses in this program.
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“I was in my position for only three weeks when COVID-19 hit. It’s hard to be prepared for a pandemic, but I felt qualified to care for COVID-19 patients. It’s a tough time to be a healthcare worker right now. But, even though we are weary and tired, we also feel fulfilled. I would recommend Pima Medical’s Nursing program. I never imagined one year after graduating, I would be able to buy my own house. I have security and a career I love.”
Betsy J., Nursing Graduate
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