Nursing Schools in Connecticut – CT
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- CNA Programs in Connecticut
- Diploma, ADN and Baccalaureate Nursing Programs in CT
- LPN Programs in Connecticut
- RN to BSN Programs in CT
- RN to MSN Programs in CT
- MSN Programs in Connecticut
- Nurse Practitioner Programs in Connecticut
- DNP Programs in Connecticut
- Featured Post-Licensure Programs in CT
- Grand Canyon University - Accredited Degrees in Nursing
- Capella University - Earn your RN-to-BSN online from Capella University
- Purdue University Global - Graduate and Undergraduate Degrees and Postgraduate Certificates in Nursing
- Liberty University - Bachelor of Science in Nursing for the Registered Nurse
- Walden University - Online Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral Nursing Programs and Certificates
Connecticut is home to some of the most well know nursing programs in the country including the Yale School of Nursing and the University of Connecticut school of nursing. Connecticut’s largest employers are all healthcare companies, so earning a nursing degree from one of the nursing schools in Connecticut can help lead to an abundance of job opportunities as well as a prosperous career in nursing. In fact, a Boston Globe article reported that 90% of Connecticut nursing school graduates had a job lined up before their graduation. Learn more about what it takes to become a Nurse in Connecticut.
Unfortunately, the nursing shortage has impacted Connecticut and one of the primary reasons is the lack of nursing school faculty to educate new nurses. By 2010, Connecticut will be short more than 11,000 registered nurses. And by 2020, that number is projected to double, leaving Connecticut with fewer than half the nurses it needs, according to a report by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). As a result, over the past two years Connecticut’s 18 nursing schools turned away more than 2,000 applicants.
Online Nursing Schools in Connecticut
We are dedicated to helping alleviate the impact the nursing shortage will have on the state of CT by offering nursing programs in Connecticut that are fully accredited by the CCNE. These nursing schools offer online nursing programs as well as campus based nursing programs with no wait list issues. The cost per credit of attending nursing school online is comparable to the cost at Connecticut nursing schools.
The University of Phoenix School of Nursing, Walden School of Nursing and Kaplan School of Nursing offer nursing programs for registered nurses, LPN’s and LVN’s including LPN to BSN, RN to BSN, RN to MSN and many more MSN programs with different focuses.
CT – Connecticut Nursing Jobs and Salaries
As mentioned above the job outlook for nurses in Connecticut is phenomenal at all levels and all specialties, including nurse educators. Registered nursing salaries in Connecticut range from the high $50,000’s to the high $60,000’s depending on credentials and experience. These are very good salaries and rank higher than the national average.
Featured Campus Based Nursing Schools in CT
Lincoln Technical Institute
Lincoln Tech offers a Practical Nursing Diploma program for those interested in pursuing a career in nursing. Upon graduation you will be eligible to sit for the practical nursing licensing examination.
Quinnipiac University Department of Nursing
The Quinnipiac University BSN and MSN programs are Accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), and are approved by the Connecticut Board of Examiners for Nursing.
Programs Offered: BSN, Accelerated BSN, Part-time MSN, MSN – (MSN Specializations: Adult Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner), Post-Master’s Certificate, Doctor of Nursingåç
275 Mount Carmel Avenue,
Hamden, CT 06518
Goodwin College offers an Associate’s in Nursing program for those interested in pursuing a career as a registered nurse. Upon graduation you will be eligible to sit for the NCLEX examination.