25 Best BSN Programs For 2020


 
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By Gabrielle Masson

The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor earned the top spot on a list of the 25 Best Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Programs for 2020.

To compile the ranking, Best Health Degrees used data from College Scorecard, the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System and Niche to assess nursing programs on the following criteria: cost, graduation rate, job placement, salary potential and student satisfaction.

The 25 best BSN programs for 2020:

1. University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)

2. University of Wisconsin-Madison

3. Texas A&M University (College Station)

4. Purdue University (West Lafayette, Ind.)

5. University of Florida (Gainesville)

6. Northeastern University (Boston)

7. University of Washington (Seattle)

8. University of Texas at Austin

9. University of Minnesota (Minneapolis)

10. University of Connecticut (Storrs)

11. University of Iowa (Iowa City)

12. Rutgers University (New Brunswick)

13. Indiana University Bloomington

14. University at Buffalo

15. University of Pittsburgh

16. Florida State University (Tallahassee)

17. University of Oklahoma (Norman)

18. University of Utah (Salt Lake City)

19. Stony Brook (N.Y.) University

20. Arizona State University (Tempe)

21. San Diego State University

22. University of Kansas (Lawrence)

23. Louisiana State University and A&M College (Baton Rouge)

24. Illinois State University (Normal)

25. University of Illinois at Chicago



 
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