Pitt Nursing's Rankings
|U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Nursing Grad Schools: DNP Programs||Ranked 7th|
|U.S News & Worlds Report's 2018 Best Nursing Grad Schools: MSN Programs||Ranked 8th (tie)|
|U.S News & Worlds Report's 2018 Best Nursing Grad Schools, Concentrations:||
Administration (now Health Systems Executive Leadership)*: 4th
Clinical Nurse Leader: 3rd
Nurse Anesthesia*: 4th (ranked in 2017)
Nursing Informatics: 6th
*Now offered at the DNP level only
|U.S News & Worlds Report's Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs||Ranked 12th|
|The National Institutes of Health, Research Dollars Awarded||Ranked 7th|
|QS World University Rankings by Subject||Ranked 17th|
|National Research Council, Nursing PhD Programs||Ranked 10th|
|Healthcare Management Degree Guide||Top 20 CNL and Nursing Administration programs: 9th|
- Pitt is one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review's 2016 edition of its annual college guide, "The Best 380 Colleges."
- For the eleventh consecutive year (2016), Kiplinger's Personal Finance ranks Pitt as the top value among all public colleges and universities in Pennsylvania.
- The Princeton Review also highlighted Pitt in its 2016 Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools that Give You the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck, a guide to the nation’s academically best and most affordable colleges that also have a excellent records of alumni employment.
- Pitt also is the only Pennsylvania public college or university included in The Princeton Review-USA TODAY national "Best Value Colleges for 2014" list, based on academic quality, cost, and financial aid.
Pitt ranks in the top 10 percent in teaching, the top 20 percent in research, and the top 10 percent in citations in the 2016 edition of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings of the world's top 800 universities.
In 2015, College Factual ranked Pitt as the best U.S. School in which to study the health profession.
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