The Missouri Hospital Association reported in 2010 that registered nurses with specialized training or experience were in demand. A range of nursing programs can offer students the skills to
The Missouri Hospital Association reported in 2010 that registered nurses with specialized training or experience were in demand. A range of nursing programs can offer students the skills to enter the health care field, which the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects to grow between 2008 and 2018.
Missouri nursing schools online and on-campus
Founded in 1904 and located in Springfield, Missouri State University offers undergraduate and graduate programs in nursing:
The Sinclair School of Nursing at the University of Missouri offers an e-learning program, as well as degree programs at levels such as these:
Sinclair School of Nursing participates in several multidisciplinary projects, for example, the Interdisciplinary Center on Aging and the Research Center for Human-Animal Interaction.
Missouri's RNs earned a mean annual wage of $59,140 in 2010, according to the BLS. While this rate is lower than the national mean salary of $67,720 for RNs, the state enjoyed a comparatively low cost of living, according to the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center's report for the 2nd quarter of 2011. Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses in the state had a mean yearly salary of $35,870 as of May 2010.
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