LAS VEGAS, Nev. (702 Times, NV Globe) – According to US News & World Report’s annual ranking of the country’s finest graduate degrees, UNLV’s graduate nursing school fared better this year than the prior year.
The UNLV program was placed 10th overall, up from 15th in 2022. According to the assessment, the school’s family nursing practitioner track finished 10th, while its nurse educator track finished 11th.
The School of Nursing, which recently introduced a master’s degree in psychiatric mental health, has consistently placed among the top 30 in the United States since U.S. In 2012, News began ranking online nursing programs.
The nursing rankings were announced as part of the publication’s annual Best Online Programs list on Tuesday.
“We are proud of this ranking as one measure of our school’s excellence,” said Angela Amar, dean of the UNLV School of Nursing. “This stems from our priority to recruit and retain world-class faculty, staff, and students coupled with our determination to prepare highly capable clinicians and leaders who will positively impact health and health care in Nevada.”
UNLV’s overall online bachelor’s programs ranking rose to a tie for 146th, and UNLV continues to be a top choice for veterans, ranking 73rd, according to the study. In other online rankings, UNLV’s master’s program in education ranked 117th.
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