Nursing programs ranked among best in the country
BOWLING GREEN, O.—Both degree tracks of Bowling Green State University’s Bachelor of Science in nursing were named among the best in the country according to Value Colleges.
The University’s Bachelor of Science in nursing program was ranked No. 39 on the Top 50 Best Value BSN Programs list and the online registered nurse to Bachelor of Science in nursing program was ranked No. 46 among the Best Value Online RN to BSN Programs.
All CCNE- or ACEN-accredited nursing schools in the United States were considered and evaluated based on 20-year student return on investment, per-credit tuition rate, and national ranking. According to Value College, “Our site guides students to the most trustworthy programs with the lowest student debt and highest returns with our fully researched rankings and FAQs.”
“We are so pleased with our partnership with the University of Toledo that has existed for over 35 years,” said Dr. Marie Huff, dean of the College of Health and Human Services. “This consortium produces highly qualified students and diverse opportunities to fulfill the workforce needs of northwest Ohio.”
Students have a wide range of job opportunities to choose from with a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree. Health care companies recruit BGSU graduates for positions in hospitals, community health agencies, clinics, schools and nursing homes.
BGSU’s nursing degree programs are accredited by the commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing. For more information about educational and career opportunities in nursing, please visit bgsu.edu/nursing.