Deciding to earn a nursing degree is definitely a big step. Pursuing an online nursing degree requires a significant investment and dedication, but the potential rewards for the degree are significant — potentially higher salaries, promotions, and more opportunities — and make it worth the effort.
Here at My-Nursing-Career.com, we strive to provide you with comprehensive resources and up-to-date information on how to choose the best online nursing program to fit your needs. We also delve into how to succeed in your nursing program and how to determine what your nursing degree can do for you.
You can begin your search for the best online Nursing programs with our guide, which explains exactly what a nursing degree is and whether or not it is the right degree for your goals. Learn about the reasons why you need to pick an accredited school and program, and how much an online nursing degree typically costs as well as what financial aid options are available. In addition, you may visit our degree guides that break down and explain every varying nursing specialties available to ensure that you will fully understand what types of courses you will be taking and what types of employment opportunities are available to graduates with that degree.
We also know that the quality of the school matters, so we provide clear summaries of major schools that offer an online nursing program. This way, you can be sure that you are picking an institution that meets your standards as well as the standards of your future employers.
Note about our data: We gathered all of the tuition data for schools from each institution’s website on August 2014. These costs may have changed since then, so please contact the schools directly for the most up-to-date tuition information.
Also, all of our school data — including graduation rate and financial aid rate — was gathered using the most recent information available from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). This resource is maintained by the National Center for Education Statistics, and the newest information available is for the 2011-2012 school year, with some individual data points from the 2012-2013 school year. All of the data for IPEDS is reported by individual institutions during survey years.