It is with great excitement that we announce that we have been ranked the No. 1 accredited master’s nursing program in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report 2022 rankings. The doctor of nursing practice (DNP) program also moved up one spot to No. 2.
This has been an incredibly difficult year for our profession and frontline health care providers across the globe. No one could have imagined how COVID-19 would change our world, test our resilience, and push many of us to our very limits.
And so today is an important reminder to celebrate.
We celebrate all those who were recognized in the rankings. We celebrate our good work, our students, faculty, and alumni, and the fact that our profession led the way this past year and touched so many lives because of our presence, knowledge, skills, and compassion.
As nursing schools, we are laying the foundation for how health care will look in the future. We have the privilege of preparing nursing leaders who will be equipped with the knowledge and confidence to take on the next public health challenges and to show the world that nurses do lead.
Thank you for sharing in this mission with the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing 2021 U.S. News & World Report Rankings
- No. 1 in Master’s Nursing Program
- No. 2 in Nurse Practitioner: Family – DNP
- No. 2 in Nurse Practitioner: Pediatric Acute Care – DNP (tied)
- No. 3 in Nurse Practitioner: Adult Gerontology Acute Care – DNP
- No. 3 in Nurse Practitioner: Pediatric Primary Care – DNP (tied)
- No. 3 in Nurse Practitioner: Adult Gerontology Primary Care – DNP