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Quality Nursing Programs
American Sentinel University understands the importance of offering market-relevant, high-quality nursing degree programs.
Relevant Management Programs
American Sentinel’s online healthcare management programs feature market-relevant curriculums and professors with a breadth of real-world experience.
Learn How You Want
SIMPath® Degree Programs
SIMPath™ is an exciting new way for you to learn when you want, how you want. Even if the degree is the same, the way you learn, when you study, the experience you bring, and the challenges you overcome, are unique to you.
Curriculum with exciting
Real world applications
in a virtual environment
Use your own experiences
to move through the programs
Why American Sentinel?
American Sentinel University is accelerated, accessible and affordable. Watch the video with our CEO, Dr. Rick Oliver, as he talks about the benefits of attending American Sentinel.
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