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Wyoming Nursing Schools


As of August 20th, 2017 we have programs across 26 nursing schools in Wyoming. You’ll be able to find different courses that cover an extensive range of topics that include but not limited to RN-MSN, DNP and LPN/LVN. You can take these and a range of other course/degree options from schools that include Frontier Nursing University, Sacred Heart University Online, Davenport University - Online Graduate. If you’re looking for other states to start or further your studies we cover programs across the U.S. such as Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah and Idaho.

State Nursing Board: Wyoming State Board of Nursing

State Nurses Association: Wyoming Nurses Association

State Hospital Association: Wyoming Hospital Association


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In the field of health care, there are many degree options and career paths that may be suited to you. As you think about your career, what do you want to accomplish? If you want to spend your time working with patients, building connections with other health care professionals, and using your health care skills in a variety of ways, learn more about nursing degrees in Wyoming.

Contact the Wyoming nursing schools listed below to request information about how you can enter the nursing profession.

Wyoming has a great respect for its nurses, including LPNs and RNs. No matter which part of the state you work in or what specialty you want to work in, you may benefit from the support and respect of your local community. The Ranger, Riverton, and Lander reports that nurses are important health care providers who combine the science of health care with the art of caring for patients.

As the field of health care changes throughout the state, you may find that there are many opportunities for new nurses who are ready to take on the challenges of this new health care industry. In the state, some hospitals and nursing homes are merging with other care providers or changing care models.

Throughout Wyoming, employers and industry leaders are trying to find new ways to increase the nursing workforce. To this end, a local nursing school recently received a competitive $150,000 grant to encourage innovation in nursing education.

Nursing Education in Wyoming

Depending on whether you want to become a licensed practical nurse, an Associate's-level registered nurse, or a Bachelor's-level registered nurse, you may spend between one and four years in school as a nursing student.

Many courses are similar between nursing degrees, since the same core skills are expected of nurses at different levels. Courses that may be part of your curriculum include Professional Nursing, Adult Health, Pharmacology, Health Assessment, Evidence-Based Nursing, Public Health Nursing, and Diversity in Family Health Care. As you work your way through these courses, you may put your new knowledge to work in various clinical settings. Student nurses often get practice in nursing homes, clinics, and hospitals.

The state of Wyoming has many scholarships opportunities for academically strong nursing students. If you have financial need, you may also be able to apply for a range of programs. The Wyoming Nursing Scholarship Endowment is one example of a local grant program. Through the Wyoming Department of Health, nurses who are willing to work in a rural area after graduation may apply for scholarship money. The Margaret Wynn Memorial Nursing Scholarship is awarded through the Benefis Foundation.

Working as a Nurse in Wyoming

All licensing of nursing professionals goes through the Wyoming State Board of Nursing. You may receive your license after passing the NCLEX exam and submitting your application to the Board of Nursing. There are many benefits of becoming a licensed practical nurse in Wyoming. Between 2012 and 2022, O*Net anticipates a 16% increase in LPN jobs in Wyoming. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports an average salary of $45,590 per year for Wyoming LPNs (2016).

Job growth is promising for registered nurses in this state. Through 2022, O*Net reports an expected 19% jump in job openings. Int his career path, the average salary for a Wyoming practitioner is $62,980 per year (BLS, 2016).

Are you ready to change Wyoming's health care industry with your passion and dedication? Take the first step now by contacting nursing schools in Wyoming.

Some of the top employers of Registered Nurses in Wyoming include Campbell County Memorial Hospital, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, Saint John's Medical Center, Wyoming Medical Center, and Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County.

Nursing Degree Programs in Wyoming


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MSN Programs from Wyoming Schools

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

Online programs may not be available in all areas

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University of Wyoming (Laramie, WY)
Program Name: Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Accreditation: CCNE accredited