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Nursing Degree Programs

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Each day that a nurse faces tends to bring new and interesting challenges and the feeling of helping people for a living can be a benefit beyond measure. If you're thinking about a nursing career, we've got some information that can help you get on track.

You can begin work as a registered nurse (RN) before earning your bachelor's, although paths to advancement in the field typically require a four-year degree. Whether you're a working RN or not, the best schools and colleges for nursing degrees can help you take the next step.

Clinical sections of RN training typically must be done in person, but the academic portions of nursing degree programs can often be found online or through other distance education methods. Read on to learn more about the best schools for nursing, some top nursing degree programs and a few tips about financial aid and professional organizations.

Best Colleges for Nursing Degree Programs

We scored hundreds of nursing degree programs nationwide in eight categories, based on data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). Click the button for details about our methodology, and take a look at our list of the ten best schools and colleges for nursing degrees.

Methodology
1Chipola College+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
$20
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
0

Our No. 1 school boasts the second-lowest tuition among the ten best schools for nursing -- a modest $3,120 for the 2015-16 academic year -- and funnels a considerable portion of its institutional revenue back into the programs it offers. Just three other schools on our list reserved a higher percentage of spending for instructional expenses than Chipola College.

This Marianna, Florida, institution also features an open enrollment policy, which ensures that applicants won't be denied the ability to pursue an education based on past academic performance. The nursing program at Chipola offers degree programs at the associate as well as the bachelor's level.

Additional Info
2Mississippi University for Women+
ADMISSION RATE
96%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
N/A
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
8

This institution, located in the northeastern Mississippi city of Columbus, has study plans available for nurses at all levels of their careers. Associate, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in nursing can all be earned here, and only two other schools in our top ten graduated a higher percentage of nursing students in 2015.

Mississippi University for Women is also one of the top schools for online nursing degrees, with 63 percent of enrolled students taking at least some of their coursework in the virtual classroom. The RN to BSN program at MUW -- an option for working registered nurses who want to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing -- is offered in a hybrid format that splits time between online and traditional classrooms.

Additional Info
3University of Cincinnati-Main Campus+
ADMISSION RATE
86%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$50
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
52

Just three other schools on our list had a higher graduation rate than the University of Cincinnati, where flexibility and student services were the standout statistical categories. Not only did nearly 39 percent of the student body have at least one online course on their schedule in 2015, but students with scheduling concerns can take numerous classes on campus at night or on weekends.

The University of Cincinnati was the largest institution to make our list, awarding nearly 10,000 degrees in 2015. It also covered more nursing-specific subjects than any other school in our top ten, and aspiring nurses who hold a bachelor's degree in a different subject can choose accelerated pathways toward a bachelor's or master's degree in nursing.

Additional Info
4Mount Carmel College of Nursing+
ADMISSION RATE
82%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$30
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
4

Mount Carmel College of Nursing only offers nursing programs, so nursing students here have the highest possible percentage of like-minded classmates in the student body. This Columbus, Ohio, school also posted the second-highest graduation rate among schools that made our top ten and spent the third-highest percentage of its expenses on instructional matters.

The degree plans at Mount Carmel offer a range of scheduling plans to help students fit their nursing training into their busy lives. The Second Degree Accelerated Program (SDAP) for students who already hold a bachelor's degree takes just 13 months to complete, and the online RN to BSN program requires just 44 credit hours of study and can be earned full- or part-time.

Additional Info
5Florida Gateway College+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
N/A
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
5

Our No. 5 school took the No. 1 spot for affordability in this analysis, charging students an average of just $3,100 in 2015-16. Florida Gateway College also features an open enrollment policy and offers weekend and evening courses for non-traditional campus-based students.

Despite not offering a fully online nursing degree as of 2017, FGC does provide a substantial catalog of online courses that includes pathophysiology and nursing theory. More than 55 percent of students enrolled at Florida Gateway College in 2015 took at least some of their coursework online. Nursing degree programs at both the associate and bachelor's degree level are available at this Lake City, Florida school.

Additional Info
6Southern Adventist University+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
$25
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
5

Southern Adventist University reported a student-faculty ratio of 15:1 in 2015, giving Southern a solid position among the schools that made our list. Its proportion of graduates that earned nursing degrees also put it right in the middle of the pack among our ten best schools for nursing -- 35.7 percent of the degrees awarded in 2015 went to aspiring nurses.

On-campus flexibility was an important part of the score that put Southern on our list. Not only were weekend and evening classes available, but the Tennessee school provides placement services for alumni once they finish their degrees. Southern offers nursing degrees at all levels, including a joint Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration (MSN/MBA) for aspiring healthcare administrators.

Additional Info
7Texas Woman's University+
ADMISSION RATE
86%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$50
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
28

This medium-sized institution in the northwestern part of the Dallas-Fort Worth area takes a place among the best colleges for online nursing degrees, posting the second-highest percentage of enrolled students who took at least some of their classes via distance education and offering an RN to BS program entirely online. In-person students can take advantage of a BS program with a major in nursing that requires only weekend and evening attendance on campus.

The Denton school also offers a wide range of graduate programs in nursing, including a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in nursing science and a master's in nursing health systems management. A post-bachelor's certification in health care informatics is also available.

Additional Info
8South Georgia State College+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
$20
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
0

Tuition and fees expenses at South Georgia State College placed at No. 3 among the schools that made our list, coming to an average of just over $3,200 for the 2015-16 academic year. The School of Nursing at SGSC offers three degree plans: a licensed practical nurse to registered nurse (LPN-RN) pathway, an associate degree in nursing and an RN to BSN program. The RN to BSN track is offered in a hybrid format, combining online and on-campus classes.

This Douglas, Georgia, institution has an open enrollment policy, admitting 100 percent of applicants in 2015. SGSC also took the No. 6 spot among our ten best schools for nursing degrees in terms of the prominence of nursing programs in its catalog.

Additional Info
9Bryan College of Health Sciences+
ADMISSION RATE
86%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$50
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
2

This small school in Lincoln, Nebraska, posted the highest graduation rate of all schools that made our top ten and spent the second-largest proportion of its budget on institutional and academic support expenses in 2015. The proportion of its graduates who earned nursing degrees in 2015 was nearly 85 percent, so students can count on having numerous fellow nurses among their peers.

Bryan College of Health Sciences was also one of the best colleges for online nursing degrees, offering no fewer than five hybrid programs -- RN to BSN, MSN, RN to MSN, a post-masters certificates in nursing and an education doctorate with an emphasis in nursing education. Around 31 percent of students at Bryan took at least some online courses in 2015.

Additional Info
10Molloy College+
ADMISSION RATE
76%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$40
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
0

The student-to-faculty ratio at this medium-small institution on Long Island in New York was 10:1 in 2015, which suggests that students at Molloy College have considerable opportunity to interact in a one-on-one or small-group environment. The average student-faculty ratio for national universities was 16:1 in 2016.

The graduation rate at Molloy was third-highest among our top ten schools, an achievement for which that availability of personalized time with faculty may be owed partial credit. Nursing students at Molloy have a wide range of programs to choose from, including dual degree programs, an LPN to BS track and a minor in the growing field of gerontology.

Additional Info

Nursing Degree Programs and Common Career Paths

Some nursing jobs may be available to candidates with less than a bachelor's degree, but having a solid formal education in your background can open the door to advancement. Here are a few of the hottest careers for nurses with college degrees.

Bachelor's degree programs in nursing
Adding a full bachelor's degree to the necessary clinical training can increase your critical thinking skills, give you a better understanding of health care workplace environments and help you better communicate with co-workers and patients. Bachelor's degrees often also provide the skills and perspectives necessary for clinical staff to transition into administrative work.
Registered nurses
(RNs) provide and coordinate patient care, give advice and support to patients and families and educate patients and others about issues relevant to their health
Health service managers
also called healthcare executives or healthcare administrators, manage personnel, technology, budgeting and regulatory compliance for clinical facilities
Master's degree programs in nursing
Earning a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree can elevate your nursing education to the highest levels, opening up career possibilities that offer new sets of challenges and increased earning potential. MSN graduates typically learn to diagnose a range of ailments and synthesize knowledge from various segments of the health care field to form well-developed conclusions.
Nurse practitioners
sometimes referred to as advance practice registered nurses (APRNs), have a broad scope of practice and may work either in collaboration with physicians or independently
Nursing instructors
work in colleges and vocational schools to teach the fundamentals of nursing to future generations of health care students

Career outlook for nursing

Rapid job growth can be found all across the health care industry, and nursing is certainly no exception. Check out this rundown of the career outlook for aspiring nurses.

JOB TITLE
AVERAGE SALARY($)
EMPLOYMENT
PROJECTED JOB GROWTH(%)
Nurse Practitioners$104,610150,23035.2%
Nurse Midwives$102,3906,27024.6%
Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides$26,3202,377,79024.5%
Nurse Anesthetists$164,03039,86019.3%
Source: 2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.
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Financial aid and scholarships in nursing

A wide range of scholarships are offered to undergraduate nursing students. Many of the available aid packages are specific to certain nursing specialties like emergency, long term care and behavioral health nursing, while others, like the Nurses Make a Difference Scholarship, are open to all nursing students.

Paul Beeson Career Development Award
Applicant must have a clinical doctoral degree (M.D., D.O., D.D.S.) or its equivalent (this may include individuals holding both a M.D. and Ph.D. degrees as well as individuals with a Ph.D. in clinical fields such as clinical psychology, nursing, or physical therapy). Selection is based upon academic merit, the quality and originality of the research project, a well-developed mentorship plan, and the commitment of the sponsoring institution. More

AWARD AMOUNT

$800,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Nov-23

 

 

J. Hugh and Earle W. Fellows Memorial Fund
Applicant must be a permanent resident of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, or Walton County, FL, be of good moral character, and qualified scholastically and intellectually. Ministry majors must be associated with the Episcopal church or a faith whose religious beliefs are not in substantial conflict with the Episcopal church. Recipient must have been accepted by or be successfully pursuing training at an accredited college or university in the appropriate field of study. More

AWARD AMOUNT

$120,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Rolling

 

 

Nurse Candidate Program
Applicants must be U.S. citizens and be full-time students who have completed two or more years of a four-year bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) degree program at an accredited college or university. They must meet the Navy's physical fitness requirements. Recipients of this award will be required to fulfill an active duty service obligation of up to five years as an officer in the Navy Nurse Corps. Selection is based on the overall strength of the application. More

AWARD AMOUNT

$34,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Open

 

 

Janet L. Hoffman Loan Assistance Repayment Program
Applicant must graduate from a college in Maryland or from a law school and be employed full-time in state or local government or in a nonprofit organization in Maryland. Applicant's employer must help low income, underserved residents or underserved areas in the state. Applicant must have loans from a university, government, or commercial source used to pay for college expenses. Applicant may not be in default on a loan. Gross salary cannot exceed $50,000 and, if married, combined salaries cannot exceed $110,000. More

AWARD AMOUNT

$30,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Nov-01

RENEWAL CRITERIA

Reapplication required for renewal.

Q&A with an expert

Patti Collins
Patti Collins
Director of the MassBay Community College Nursing Program
Q:

Are there significant differences between RN training in diploma programs vs. associate degree programs?

A:

Yes. Not all diploma programs offer college level classes. In today's environment it is important to confirm the diploma program you are considering is affiliated with an accredited college and awards college credit for the work you do.

Q:

Which nursing degree would you recommend to new nursing students today? Is it a good idea to go straight to a BSN or should they spend some time working as an RN first?

A:

Either is OK — it depends upon their end goal. Many nursing students are second career or returning students, so a degree in a non-nursing field positions them well for a direct entry advanced practice program if nurse practitioner is the goal.

Professional organizations

Includes tens of thousands of members nationwide and works to advance the interests of RNs across the country
Works to help integrate the advantages of information science into care delivery and community health initiatives
Supports and advocates for medical-surgical nursing, the largest registered nursing specialty in the U.S.
Focuses on modernizing state practice laws and developing the role of nurse practitioners in the health system.
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Methodology

To be included in these rankings, all schools must meet the following initial criteria for the specific subject being ranked.

  1. Offer an undergraduate degree (either associate or bachelor’s) in that subject.
  2. Have awarded at least one degree or certificate in that subject in the most recent year of IPEDS data available.

Based on those criteria, we ranked all 2-year and 4-year schools in IPEDS that reported data for all of the following points. Ratings are calculated on a 10-point scale, using the weights specified.

  1. In-state undergraduate tuition & fees, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  2. Graduation rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  3. Accessibility, based on admissions rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  4. Institutional spending, based on two equally weighted factors, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
    • Instructional and academic support expenses per full-time enrolled student
    • Instructional and academic support spending as a percentage of all expenses
  5. Student-to-faculty ratio, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  6. Flexibility, based on the following factors, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
    • Percent of students enrolled fully or partly in distance education
    • Whether the school offers programs that can be completed entirely in the evenings and on weekends
    • Whether the school offers academic and career counseling
    • Whether the school offers job placement services for students who complete their programs
    • Whether the school offers any alternative tuition plans, such as a payment plan or guaranteed rate
  7. Size of program, based on how many of the degrees and certificates awarded in 2014-15 were in this particular subject, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  8. Related subjects, based on the number of similar topics for programs in relevant CIP codes that are offered at any level, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
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Chipola College
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
3094 Indian Circle
City
Marianna
State
FL
Zip Code
32446
Website
www.chipola.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Distant
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
2,133
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$20
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$3,120
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
15
Number of Online Programs Offered
0
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
32%
Florida Gateway College
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
Highway 90 East
City
Lake City
State
FL
Zip Code
32025
Website
https://www.fgc.edu/
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Distant
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
2,860
UnderGraduate Application Fee
N/A
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
No
In-State Tution & Fees
$3,100
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
14
Number of Online Programs Offered
5
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
55%
Bryan College of Health Sciences
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
5035 Everett
City
Lincoln
State
NE
Zip Code
68506
Website
www.bryanhealthcollege.edu/bcohs/
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
22-25
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Private not-for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
614
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$50
Admission Rate
86%
Offers On-Campus Housing
No
In-State Tution & Fees
$14,169
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
9
Number of Online Programs Offered
2
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
31%
Molloy College
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
1000 Hempstead Ave
City
Rockville Centre
State
NY
Zip Code
11571
Website
www.molloy.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
480-570
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
490-580
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
470-560
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
21-26
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Suburb: Large
School Type
Private not-for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
3,425
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$40
Admission Rate
76%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$28,030
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
10
Number of Online Programs Offered
0
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
1%
Mount Carmel College of Nursing
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
127 So. Davis Ave
City
Columbus
State
OH
Zip Code
43222
Website
www.mccn.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
19-23
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Private not-for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
898
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$30
Admission Rate
82%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$19,340
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
13
Number of Online Programs Offered
4
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
36%
Southern Adventist University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
4881 Taylor Cir
City
Collegedale
State
TN
Zip Code
37315
Website
www.southern.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Suburb: Large
School Type
Private not-for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
2,673
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$25
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$20,650
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
15
Number of Online Programs Offered
5
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
29%
Texas Woman's University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
304 Administration Dr
City
Denton
State
TX
Zip Code
76201
Website
www.twu.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
400-520
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
420-530
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
400-510
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
17-23
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Midsize
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
10,080
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$50
Admission Rate
86%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$7,032
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
18
Number of Online Programs Offered
28
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
57%
Mississippi University for Women
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
1100 College Street
City
Columbus
State
MS
Zip Code
39701
Website
www.muw.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
410-490
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
580-660
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
18-24
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Remote
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
2,470
UnderGraduate Application Fee
N/A
Admission Rate
96%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$5,781
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
14
Number of Online Programs Offered
8
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
63%
University of Cincinnati-Main Campus
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
2624 Clifton Avenue
City
Cincinnati
State
OH
Zip Code
45221
Website
www.uc.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
510-630
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
530-660
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
490-620
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
23-28
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
25,009
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$50
Admission Rate
86%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$11,000
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
18
Number of Online Programs Offered
52
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
39%
South Georgia State College
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
100 W College Park Dr
City
Douglas
State
GA
Zip Code
31533
Website
www.sgsc.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Remote
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
2,648
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$20
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$3,211
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
27
Number of Online Programs Offered
0
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
13%
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