There are schools offering nursing programs in Maryland!
Schools Offering Nursing Programs in Maryland
Johns Hopkins University, which is located in Baltimore, is the top-ranked school in Maryland that has a nursing program. It received a ranking of 12th in the country in 2010. 363 students graduated with a degree in nursing from Johns Hopkins University in 2010. Students at Johns Hopkins University paid $40,680 per year in tuition fees.
Towson University, which is located in Baltimore, is the second-ranked school in Maryland that has a nursing program. It received a ranking of 28th in the country in 2010. 177 students graduated with degree in nursing from Towson University in 2010. Towson University charged in-state students $7,656 in tuition fees per year.
Salisbury University, which is located in Salisbury, is the third-ranked school in Maryland that has a nursing program. It received a ranking of 32nd in the country in 2010. In 2010, 74 students graduated from Salisbury University nursing program. The tuition rate at Salisbury University was $6,908 per year.
Nursing schools in Maryland, charge students an average tuition of $7,517 per year. But, tuition can be as much as $40,680 per year, or as little as $2,204 per year. The highest tuition rates in 2010 at Maryland nursing schools were charged at the following schools:
- Johns Hopkins University - located in Baltimore, students are charged $40,680 per year
- College of Notre Dame of Maryland - located in Baltimore, students are charged $28,350 per year
- Stevenson University - located in Stevenson, students are charged $22,090 per year
The nursing schools that charged the lowest tuition rates in Maryland were:
- Harford Community College - located in Bel Air, students are charged $2,204 per year
- Wor-Wic Community College - located in Salisbury, students are charged $2,334 per year
- Hagerstown Community College - located in Hagerstown, students are charged $2,716 per year
A nursing degree from a Maryland school... what next?
nursing graduates in Maryland can go into a variety of professions such as licensed practical nurse, family nurse practitioner, critical care clinical nurse specialist, and patient care assistant. In 2010, there were 105,280 nurse working in Maryland, including 50,480 registered nurses, 11,000 licensed practical nurses, and 3,710 family nurse practitioners. The Maryland counties with the largest populations of nurse are:
- Anne Arundel County - 58,650 nurses
- Frederick County - 23,510 nurses
- Washington County - 4,330 nurses
The government projects that, by 2018, the number of nurses in the state of Maryland will grow to 124,850. This would require a 14% growth in the field.
nurses in Maryland earn $74,040 per year on average. However, Maryland nurse earned anywhere in the range from as less than $18,520 per year to more than $155,490 per year in 2010. The following counties in Maryland have the highest average salaries for nurses:
- Frederick County - $78,308 per year
- Anne Arundel County - $66,418 per year
- Somerset County - $59,540 per year
On average, nurses earn the least in the following Maryland counties:
- Garrett County - $39,530 per year
- Allegany County - $48,275 per year
- Caroline County - $52,595 per year
On average, the highest paid nurses in Maryland were:
- Family Nurse Practitioner - $117,900 per year
- Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist - $98,010 per year
- Registered Nurse - $76,450 per year
On average, the lowest paid nurses in Maryland were:
- Licensed Practical Nurse - $49,330 per year
- Patient Care Assistant - $28,510 per year
Take a look at the graphs and charts below for additional Maryland statistics regarding a career in nursing and to compare salaries with a variety of related fields such as nurse assisting or LPN.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Nursing in Maryland
- Bachelor's Degree in Nursing in Maryland
- Master's Degree in Nursing in Maryland
- Doctoral Degree in Nursing in Maryland
- Certificate in Nursing in Maryland
Curious what studying Nursing gets you?
Check out the different options and how they're looking in Maryland
|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants||31,750||$28,510||26.8%|
|Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses||11,000||$49,330||22.1%|
|Medical and Health Services Managers||8,340||$98,010||38.1%|
|Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other||3,710||$117,900||243.5%|
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