Edson College Downtown

About Edson College

Accreditation


 

Nursing

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master's degree program in nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Arizona State University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org), 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791. Programs are accredited through June, 2034. 

 All programs are also approved by the Arizona Board of Nursing.

 

Health Care Compliance and Regulations

The Edson College BS in health care compliance and regulations is the first certified undergraduate degree program in the world accredited by the Compliance Certification Board.  Universities accredited by CCB have typically offered master's degree and certificate programs.  Edson College began its program in 2016. 

Program faculty and an actively engaged external advisory board are focused on education and job ready skills. Through the health care compliance and regulations degree, as well as other programs, Edson College is proud to be part of developing the next group of health care leaders trained in compliance. 

Edson College students who successfully complete the health care compliance and regulations program maintaining a GPA of B or higher, receive a one-year waiver of the standard work experience and CEU requirements needed to sit for the following CCB certification exams:

  • Certified in Healthcare Compliance -CHC™
  • Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance -CHPC™
  • Certified in Healthcare Research Compliance -CHRC™
  • Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional -CCEP™
  • Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional – International -CCEP-I™

In addition, students also receive benefits from the Health Care Compliance Association, the premier association representing compliance professionals. Additional benefits include such things as: discounts on student memberships, an array of conferences to develop their specialty and networking tools to help them carve their path to their desired career and for every stage in their professional development in compliance. 

Since 1999 the Compliance Certification Board has developed criteria to determine competence in the practice of compliance and ethics across various industries and specialty areas, and recognizes individuals meeting these criteria through its compliance certification programs. CCB is an independent body made up of compliance and ethics professionals who determine what obligations you need to fulfill prior to and after certification.

Resources regarding the path to certification for individuals:

 

Grace Center for Innovation in Nursing Education

The Grace Center for Innovation in Nursing Education has received SSH Accreditation of Healthcare Simulation Programs by The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (https://www.ssih.org/Credentialing/Accreditation).