For the first time ever CollegeAtlas.org has ranked nursing schools. The University of Missouri, Columbia was ranked the #1 nursing school in the country. Overall, the Top 10 Nursing Schools of 2014 include four nursing schools in Missouri. The rankings are based on each school’s accessibility, affordability, and academic quality.
2014 Top 10 Nursing Schools
In-state tuition at the top schools ranged from $4,255 to $9,415. Most of the schools have a board exam pass rate in the highest 10% of all schools across the country. The schools range in size. Brigham Young contains more than 34,000 students, while Missouri Southern State University has just over 5,000 students. Four of the top 10 nursing schools in 2014 were located in Missouri:
- University of Missouri, Columbia
- University of Utah
- University of Iowa
- Southeast Missouri State University
- Tennessee Technological State University
- Truman State Univesity
- Missouri Southern State University
- Sonoma State University
- University of Louisiana, Monroe
- Brigham Young University, Provo
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