Professional training and proper education is required prior to becoming a registered nurse. This is why we have taken time to do a research on the best nursing schools in America.
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The result contained in the post is collated from US news ranking, QS ranking and Niche ranking.
Best nursing schools in America
In this post, we have come up with the best nursing schools in America and their average cost after aid.
John Hopkins university, JHU is ranked among the most prestigious universities in the world. The university was founded on the 22nd February, 1876, in Baltimore, Maryland. It was named after an American entrepreneur and philanthropist, John Hopkins.
John Hopkins school of nursing is rated by the U.S. news and world report as one of the top three MSN, DNP and online nursing programs.
The average annual cost of JHU before aid is $67,667, while the cost after aid is reduced to $29,342.
Duke University is ranked among the best nursing schools in America. The private research university was established in 1838 by Methodists and Quakers.
Duke University school of nursing has been awarded the center of excellence on five different occasions by the National league of nursing.
Duson is rated by the US News and world report as one of the top MSN and DNP programs.
The average annual cost of Duke University before aid is $77,069, while the cost after aid is $27,020.
New York University has won twice the award of the center of excellence by the National league of nursing. The US News has rated the NYU as one of the top best nursing schools in America.
They offer MSN, DNP and PhD in nursing.
NYU graduates hundreds of students annually who have successfully passed the NCLEX exam at an over 80% first try rate.
This university was established on 21st April, 1831, by the New York state legislature. The then secretary of the treasury, Albert Gallatin.
The average annual cost of New York University before aid is $77,632, while the cost after aid is $39,772.
University of Pennsylvania school of nursing is one of the best nursing schools in America. The MSN degree is rated as one of the top program in the country by US News.
UPenn was established on 14th November, 1740, by Benjamin Franklin who was the first president.
Penn nursing school is reportedly one of the most funded nursing schools by NIH in the country.
They offer MSN, DNP and PhD in nursing program.
The average annual cost of university of Pennsylvania before aid is $81,110, and $25,802 after aid.
UNC is one of the oldest universities in the United States and one of the best nursing schools in America.
UNC at Chapel Hill was established on 11th December, 1789, by Williams Richardson Davie.
University of North Carolina ranks as one of the top nursing schools in the state. They offer an RN on BSN, DNP and MSN in nursing.
UNC also offer a doctor of philosophy in nursing.
The average annual in-state cost of university of North Carolina, before aid is $24,546, while cost after aid is $12,352.
Emory University was founded by the Methodist Episcopal church in 1826. The university was named after John Emory, a methodist bishop.
Nell Hodgson Woodruff school of nursing at Emory University is ranked as one of the best. They offer BSN, ABSN, MSN, PhD and DNP program in nursing.
The average annual cost of Emory University is $72,884, while the cost after the aid is $23,734.
The above mentioned best nursing schools in America are just a selected few. See Cheapest Universities In Nigeria 2020[Including Their School Fees]
There are other good nursing schools in America that are not mentioned here.
They include university of Michigan, university of Pittsburgh, university of Washington.