The College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University produces lifetime learners in nursing and health who are prepared to think critically and succeed in any situation. We ensure a high quality education, a focus on interprofessionalism and exposure to real-life experiences working with world-renowned health experts and organizations. Our graduates have an edge in the workplace and are equipped to lead change. They have a positive, lasting impact on the people and communities they serve, and inspire pride in our health system. The College of Nursing & Health Innovation at ASU is ranked No. 24 in the country for its master’s programs in nursing, making it the highest-ranked in Arizona.
Associated with Nursing and the College of Health Solutions is the Center for World Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, a transdisciplinary enterprise that develops collaborations and implements culturally responsive health promotion and disease prevention interventions across the life continuum for the purpose of improving physical and mental health outcomes across the globe. The center offers an international health graduate certificate for health professionals.