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Online Schools Offering Nursing Degrees

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Nurse with clipboardWe feature 76 nursing training programs that can prepare you to become a member of this large healthcare profession. These degrees and certificates are offered through 15 colleges. Yearly tuition at these schools ranges from $4,020 to $44,463. These colleges have an average recommendation rate of 61 percent, as well as a career helpfulness rating of 54 percent, according to our student reviewers.

Online nursing training programs are now offered at nearly every degree level. An undergraduate degree in nursing is the minimum requirement for earning a nursing license in all states. These programs discuss nursing clinical skills, like maternal-child nursing, emergency nursing, and community health nursing. Master's programs in nursing are often used by licensed nurses to learn advanced practice skills or to become a nursing administrator; these programs take two to three years to complete and also include training in nursing research. If you want to do nursing research in a college or university, or if you want the highest level of nursing clinical skills, a doctorate degree could be a good option for you. These programs take three to five years to complete.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $14,364 Associate $13,878 Bachelor's $14,454 Master's $15,126 Doctorate $12,836
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $63,093 Master's $85,858 Doctorate $100,577

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