The University of Pittsburgh has once again been recognized for excellence in its academic programs. U.S. News and World Report ranked Pitt’s BSN program 7th in the nation as noted in their Best Bachelor of Science in Nursing Programs ranking. Overall, 694 schools of nursing were reviewed as part of the ranking process.
Jacqueline Dunbar-Jacob, dean of the School of Nursing, stated, “This is a reflection of our educational accomplishments, research endeavors, and the quality of our faculty, students and alumni.” Pitt was also recently ranked as 6th in DNP education and 6th in NIH research.
A complete list of School of Nursing rankings can be found here.