Excellence in Nursing. Excellence in Research.

At the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, we’re committed to preparing more nurses—and nurse leaders—to improve the health of individuals and diverse communities locally and globally.

The world is taking notice.

The QS World University Rankings ranked the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing third in the world for schools of nursing; that’s up from fourth in 2019.

Back home in the U.S., we have been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the no. 1 master’s and DNP degrees, no. 3 online nursing program, and no. 2 nursing administration online program.

Having nurses in leadership roles is key to keeping individuals and communities healthy. And Hopkins nurses lead the world over. Take Dr. Jason Farley, who will soon be inducted into the Sigma International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame, who studies HIV and tuberculosis coinfection in South Africa. Or Dr. Sarah Szanton, a 2019 inductee, whose program CAPABLE was founded in East Baltimore and now helps older adults age in place all over the world. Dr. Jason Farley and Dr. Mona Shattell, our 2020 inductees, make a total of 17* Johns Hopkins School of Nursing faculty in the Sigma Nursing Hall of Fame.

Hopkins Nurses at every level, your commitment to excellence, your bold new ideas, and how well you embrace innovation keep us at the forefront of nursing science.

The QS World University Rankings by Subject is conducted annually. Rankings are based on academic reputation, employer reputation, and research impact

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