Let’s face it that the a great field to get into is the Medical. Not only can you not outsource this profession, you’re going to find that people are always going to be sick and ending up in the hospital, it’s just a way of life.
If you’re thinking about attending a great nursing school, I wanted to showcase some of the best schools around. You’re going to find that even if you don’t want to attend a school on the list, there can be great programs to start at, even at your local university / community college.
Listed below are a few colleges that you may want to look into, when considering your nursing career:
- #1 University of California – San Fran: This was recognized at one of the best nursing programs by the NIH. Not only is the campus large, you’re going to find that the student to faculty ratio is amazing as well.
- #2 John Hopkins: If you have the money and you can get into this college, you will find out why this college is a leader in the medical field. As one of the nation’s oldest nursing schools, you will find that you can land a job rather quickly after graduating.
- #3 University of Michigan: Another school that consistently ranks as the #1 in it’s nursing program. While the courses may be a bit of a challenge, the employers that grab students from this school are generally more than impressed.
- #4 University of Texas: No matter what kind of medical program you want to attend with in Texas, this university has been a consistent leader in this big state for it’s nursing program.
- #5 University of Pennsylvania: With over 25,000 students attending on a yearly basis, this school was ranked #1 by U.S. News in 2010 as the best private nursing school in all of the United States.
- #6 University of Washington: This school has consistently fell into the #1 spot by U.S News for over 15 years now. Whether you want to get a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Ph.D., they offer just about every program imaginable for nursing.
While these schools are in no particular order, you’re going to find that each one of them can do something for you, if you plan on making a visit there, or even attending them.
Remember, just because you can’t afford a school, or you can’t attend, it doesn’t mean that you can’t attend a local community college.