Welcome to University of Arizona Continuing Nursing Education



University of Arizona Continuing Nursing Education provides professional development for staff nurses, advanced practice nurses, and nurse leaders. A variety of program formats are offered, from one-hour grand rounds to self-paced online learning, to accommodate your schedule and meet your professional goals.



The University of Arizona Continuing Nursing Education is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Western Multi-State Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

News & Announcements

Coming Soon! The Integrated Care Coordination Certificate Program is self-paced program designed to provide interprofessional education/training for any individual designated as a care coordinator in community-based integrated primary care. Courses in this program are also appropriate for lay caregivers and patients who want to improve their understanding of the healthcare system and specific chronic conditions. Learn more on January 22nd!

Improve the cancer care experience for your community! The Cancer Navigation for Community Health Workers program prepares you to reduce barriers to care, improve communication with patients/families and the health care team, and broker community resources to improve health outcomes, quality of life, and wellbeing for all survivors across the Cancer Care Continuum. Learn more.

Professional Care Coordination for 21st Century Healthcare Systems is an asynchronous CNE certificate program that prepares licensed healthcare professionals to positively support patient care needs. Learn more.

Our online courses are responsive to different display sizes, but they are not specifically designed for mobile devices. Course content may not display correctly if you try to complete courses using a mobile device. We recommend using a desktop or laptop.