With the release of the 2020 graduate school rankings from U.S. News & World Report, the College of Nursing at Brigham Young University moved to No. 126; an improvement from 197 in the last report.
Also released this week was a listing of the 2019 best master’s of nursing programs from TFETimes.com; it included the College of Nursing at No. 99. Its methodology considered areas such as mean GRE scores, program acceptance rate, and full-time graduates employed at graduation.
“We are always grateful for program recognition and good news,” says Dean and professor Dr. Patricia Ravert. “Both rankings show that our program is competitive nationwide, and acknowledges the dedication of our faculty and the hard work of our students.”
The nursing master’s program leads students to become a family nurse practitioner.