According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), about three million students were enrolled in graduate programs in 2018. NCES projects that number will increase by three percent over the next decade.
From Florence Nightingale to Mary Mahoney, the history of nursing has been shaped by many key figures stretching back 170 years. See our infographic for a timeline of significant historical nursing events.
What is the difference between a PhD and an EdD? Both are terminal degrees, but how do you know which is the right investment for you?
Patients and their families need and respect nurse practitioner skills now more than ever. The nursing profession as a whole has a well-earned reputation for not only compassion but competence and proficiency.
Recent decades have brought increasing integration between healthcare and business, and also between health care and education. This growing collaboration creates an opportunity to explore what you can do with a doctorate in nursing beyond clinical care.