Nursing Schools Information

What should you consider before jumping into a nursing program? The first step is to answer the following these questions:

Do you enjoy helping people? If you donít like helping people, this may not be the right path for you.

Do you have patience? You will be required to help a variety of people, from different age groups to different cultures and backgrounds. A nursing career will require that you have a lot of patience.

Are you healthy? You may be okay being around sick people, but you could have a condition that could restrict you from being around people who are sick. Know about yourself.

If you answered yes to all of these questions, you are on the right track. But these are not all of the questions that need to be answered, just a few to give you an idea if becoming a nurse is a good option for you. A great way to really know if becoming a nurse is the right option for you is to volunteer your time. We would highly encourage you to volunteer at your local hospital just to get a feel of what itís like being a nurse. Itís very different from a television show.

Being a nurse can be very challenging, but at the same time, it can be a very fulfilling career and financially rewarding. Registered nurses can earn well beyond a six figure salary. We show the average salaries for nurses by state.

If you have ventured this far, it might be time to find a nursing school near you. You can use our website as a resource to find nursing schools in your local area or by state if you're not bound by your immediate surroundings.

Types of Nursing Degrees

Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) Degree
Registered Nursing (RN) Degree
Nursing Diploma or Associate's Degree
Bachelor's in Nursing (BSN) Degree
Master's in Nursing (MSN) Degree
Doctoral Nursing Degree