Minneapolis is the capital of Minnesota and is a thriving city filled with opportunities. Whether you’re interested in sculpture gardens, baseball fields, museums, parks, or waterfalls, there is something for everyone to discover in Minneapolis.
Deciding on a college to attend is a complicated and intimidating process. Not only do you have to consider the location, but you also need to think about cost, housing availability, nursing programs, faculty, class schedules, dining opportunities, and more. To help you make the right choice for you, we’ve compiled a list of nursing schools in Minneapolis.
To obtain a nursing license in Minnesota an applicant will have to provide fingerprints and a background check, as well as completing a board-approved nursing program with the required clinical hours. Licenses can be renewed online or on paper.
The University of Minnesota is one of the top universities in the entire state. U of M is a research institution dedicated to discovering new knowledge to change how we work and live through the collaboration of professors and fellow students.
Augsburg University has been educating the public since 1869. Augsburg University is located between Murphy Square, the Mississippi River, and the Seven Corners theater district all within the beautiful Twin Cities area.
Minneapolis College is a public, two-year institution serving over 11,000 students annually. It is the most affordable school on our list while still maintaining the high-quality education and faculty any college student deserves.
From the list of schools we obtained, we sorted them through average tuition, acceptance rate, class size, and more. Each school has been hand-picked and ranked accordingly, and every school has something unique to offer so it’s worth looking into each one. Please contact us with any questions.
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