Nevada Nursing Schools

As of November 23rd, 2017 we have programs across 30 nursing schools in Nevada. You’ll be able to find different courses that cover an extensive range of topics that include but not limited to MSN, Associates Degree and Certified Nursing Assistant. You can take these and a range of other course/degree options from schools that include The University of Toledo, Saint Xavier University Online, University of Southern California - Online. If you’re looking for other states to start or further your studies we cover programs across the U.S. such as Oregon, Utah, Idaho, California and Arizona.

State Nursing Board: Nevada State Board of Nursing

State Nurses Association: Nevada Nurses Association

State Hospital Association: Nevada Hospital Association

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If you are looking for a career that allows you to make a difference in your community and develop a set of in-demand skills, you can't get much better than nursing. Nurses are an incredibly crucial part of the health care industry, providing a range of services to patients of all ages and medical needs. In particular, nurses in Nevada are expected to meet the needs of both residents and the state's millions of tourists.

Contact the nursing schools in Nevada listed below to get program information now.

As an aspiring nurse in Nevada, you may be interested to know that the state has a fairly severe nursing shortage. In terms of number of nurses, Nevada ranks low in the United States. However, it has many exciting career prospects for educated, dedicated nurses.

Working as a nurse may also give you the chance to work with the country's veterans. Over the last few years, Nevada has tripled the amount of services offered to veterans. Those living in this state must have access to prompt, affordable care. Nurses are an important part of this growth.

According to HCP Live, Nevada is one of the top 10 states for nurses to work in. When you factor in the state's salaries and its low cost of living, nurses in this state often earn very competitive salaries.

Ready to find out how you can make a difference in Nevada's health care community? Learn more about nursing degrees in Nevada by reaching out to the schools you see on our site.

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Types of Nursing Degrees in Nevada

Nevada has several nursing degrees that you can choose to pursue. The shortest option is a licensed practical nursing (LPN) degree. This program lasts just one year and puts you in a great position to learn core nursing skills. If you want to become a registered nurse (RN), you can attend a two-year associate's degree program or a four-year bachelor's degree program.

Regardless of which degree path you decide to pursue, you may take a wide variety of nursing courses. These classes teach you about the theory of nursing and provide you with a strong set of practical skills. Early in your education, you may take courses like Pharmacology, Foundations of Nursing Care, Health Assessment, and Pathophysiology. High-level courses that may be found in your curriculum include Adult Health Nursing, Maternal/Child Nursing, Nursing Research Methods, and Nursing Care in the Community.

As a student in this state, you may have the chance to apply for many competitive and valuable scholarships. These awards can make your education more affordable and help you become a part of your local nursing community. The Nevada Organization of Nurse Leaders funds several different scholarships for nursing students at different levels. Northern Nevada Nurses of Achievement is another excellent resource for statewide nursing grants.

Scholarship programs are available at most schools, so keep that in mind as you look for the right school for you.

Working as a Nurse in Nevada

Licensed practical nurses may have a positive career outlook in Nevada. Through the year 2022, O*Net anticipates a 19% increase in LPN jobs. The average salary for this career path is $53,500 per year (BLS, 2016).

The need for registered nurses is also growing. O*Net anticipates a 14% increase in RN jobs and the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports an average salary of $83,790.

Before you can begin working as an LPN or an RN, you must get the appropriate license. You can take the NCLEX-RN or the NCLEX-PN and apply for your license via the Nevada State Board of Nursing.

If you're ready to jump into the field of health care, get started now. Check out our list of schools and contact nursing schools in Nevada for program details.

Some of the top employers of Registered Nurses in Nevada include Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center, University Medical Center, Renown Regional Medical Center, Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center, and Valley Hospital Medical Center.

Nursing Degree Programs in Nevada

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MSN Programs from Nevada Schools

Listed below are all of the nationally accredited MSN programs with campus locations in Nevada.

Online programs may not be available in all areas

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Touro University (Henderson, NV)
Program Name: BSN-MSN
Accreditation: CCNE accredited
University of Nevada-Las Vegas (Las Vegas, NV)
Program Name: Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Accreditation: CCNE accredited
University of Nevada-Reno (Reno, NV)
Program Name: Family Nurse Practitioner, MSN - Clinical Nurse Leader, MSN/MPH, Nurse Educator
Accreditation: CCNE accredited