The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing attracts students and faculty from around the world to collaborate, research, and continually reform the best practices to advance the science and art of nursing.
Programs are designed to fit the needs of a diverse student population. Whether you are looking to begin or advance your nursing career at the MSN, DNP, or PhD level, the school offers a variety of opportunities.
The Office of Admissions is here to serve as your resource for learning more about programs offered and to assist with the application process. We welcome the opportunity to work with you and encourage you to visit us, communicate with our staff, faculty, and students and explore our diverse community.
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing seeks individuals with a spirit of inquiry, commitment, and motivation toward scholarship and leadership. The admission process, while considering grade-point average and, for some programs, standardized test scores, also takes into consideration professional experience and distinctive characteristics of individual learners.
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- MSN: Entry into Nursing Practice
- MSN: Public Health Nursing / MPH
- MSN: Public Health Nursing
- MSN: Health Systems Management *
- Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate *
- Nurse Educator Certificate *
- HIV Primary Care Certificate
- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Acute Care Post-Master Certificate
- * Online Options
- DNP: Adult-Gerontological Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
- DNP: Adult-Gerontological Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
- DNP: Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
- DNP: Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
- DNP: Clinical Nurse Specialist *
- DNP: Executive *
upcoming Admissions Events
At conferences, career fairs, and association meetings across the nation, Admissions representatives meet you where you live.
The Power of Nurses.
Nurses provide 60% to 80% of the world's health care.