We prepare nurses and future nurses to take their place in the “most trusted profession.” It’s a big responsibility—Hopkins nurses improve the health of individuals and diverse communities locally and globally.
And yet we continue to rise to the challenge.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing the No. 1 Master’s of Science in Nursing for the third year in a row. Here are all of our rankings:
Master’s of Science in Nursing #1
DNP Adult Gerontology, Primary Care NP #1
Nursing Administration #2
DNP Nurse Administration #2
DNP Leadership #2
DNP Family Nurse Practitioner #2
Doctor of Nursing Practice #3
Master’s Adult-Gerontological Acute Care NP #4
DNP Adult Gerontology, Acute Care NP #4
Master’s Adult-Gerontological Primary Care NP #5
Master’s Psychiatric Mental Health NP #6
With 12 percent expected job growth for RNs and three advanced practice nursing specialties among U.S. News & World Report’s “best jobs,” there’s never been a better time to be a Hopkins nurse.
Explore programs at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing:
- Master’s of Science in Nursing (Entry Into Nursing)
- All Master’s of Science in Nursing Programs
- DNP Advanced Practice Track
- DNP Executive Track
- DNP Executive/MBA
- DNP Advanced Practice/PhD
- PhD in Nursing