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No matter your current career trajectory, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing can help you pursue a path of passion and purpose as a nurse. Attend the #1 school of nursing graduate program to acquire the knowledge and skills you need to become a health care leader. If you’re ready to change the world, we can help. Request more information today.
World-renowned, diverse faculty and researchers
99% NCLEX pass rate
A dedicated team organizes high quality clinical placements for all programs
Strong affiliation with JHU Schools of Medicine and Public Health
Generous scholarships and grants are available.
90% of MSN - Entry into Nursing students receive scholarships or grants from the School of Nursing. All admitted students are automatically considered for scholarships at the time of admission. Scholarships range from $10,000 to full-tuition.
Enhanced bedside nursing education and training
Opportunities to explore global and community health, research, quality and safety, and specialty practices
Tools to advance into a leadership role or continue on toward a doctoral degree
Extensive NCLEX exam preparation
Students must have an undergraduate degree in any subject to enroll.
MSN Entry into Nursing
Jarvia Meggett has been a nurse since the second grade in Charleston, SC. Semantics and accreditations aside, she basically entered the world with a plan—cemented by an elementary school career day—that’s brought her all the way to the MSN Entry into Nursing program.
She was an undergraduate in South Carolina, then earned a master of public health degree in Michigan where she dug in as a researcher, particularly on diabetes. She became determined not just to treat but to prevent such suffering. She loved it, but something was missing:
“The patient interaction, getting to know patients beyond what I see on a chart or in the data.”
The world needs more nurses.
There is a worldwide demand for over 1 million more nurses. In the U.S. alone, demand for RNs is expected to grow 15% by 2026. Enroll in U.S. News & World Report's #1 ranked graduate nursing school and spring into a career in high-demand.