The mission of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing is to improve the health of individuals and diverse communities locally and globally through leadership and excellence in nursing education, research, practice, and service. Our core values of accountability, excellence, integrity, diversity and respect flow through the heart of the school, students, faculty, and staff.
# 1 MASTER'S DEGREE
# 2 DNP DEGREE
#3 QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGSWe continue to maintain our international ranking as a university dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities locally and globally.
MOST INNOVATIVE US NURSING GRAD PROGRAM BY BEST MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING DEGREESRanked by bestmasterofscienceinnursing.com based on groundbreaking teaching methods, courses, and facilities.
NURSING magazine print and online Rankedby feedspot.com based on publishing content that educates, inspire, and empowers readers with frequent updates and high-quality information.
DNP/PhD PROGRAM OF ITS KIND IN THE USThe DNP Advanced Practice/PhD dual degree program combines the competencies and practice opportunities of the DNP degree with the clinical research and scientific rigor of the PhD.
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MOST SOCIAL MEDIA FRIENDLY NURSING SCHOOL
Faculty & Honors
Faculty & Honors
The School of Nursing faculty is diverse in its makeup, areas of interest, and nursing expertise but united in a passion for shaping the next generation of gifted, driven researchers and caregivers. Key areas of research include cardiovascular health, disease prevention and risk reduction, women’s health, aging, community and public health, and global health.
This initiative recognizes nurse-designed models of care and
interventions that impact cost, improve healthcare quality and enhance consumer satisfaction. Dr. Szanton’s work in developing CAPABLE, a program that helps low-income seniors safely age
in place, earned her this honor.
SARAH SZANTON, PhD, ANP, FAAN AMERICAN ACADEMY OF NURSING EDGE RUNNER
PHYLLIS SHARPS, PhD, RN, FAAN MODERN HEALTH CARE DIVERSITY IN NURSING AWARDDr. Sharps received this accolade because of her commitment to advancing diversity within the nursing profession. She leads the school’s efforts to improve health within the Baltimore and surrounding communities.
Martha Hill, PhD, RN, FAAN American Academy of Nursing Living LegendThis esteemed honor is given to select nurses for their extraordinary contributions to the nursing profession, sustained over the course of their careers. Former Dean, Dr. Hill, earned this in her honor for her leadership, research, and advocacy.
15 STTI INTERNATIONAL NURSE
RESEARCH HALL OF FAME RECIPIENTS
NEW FAANS INDUCTED
full time faculty
with doctoral degrees
RACIAL OR ETHNIC MINORITIES
MORE THAN 11% MALE
Our nursing students represent diverse backgrounds including the 200 who have walked through our doors from over 50 different countries. They all have a common drive to be the best and are eager to get involved in student organizations, community service, and activism. They are the future caregivers, scholars, researchers, innovators, and policy advocates of nursing.
$7.3 MILLION TOTAL FINANCIAL AND DONOR AID
May 2018 Largest PhD Graduating Class
NCLEX PASS RATE
3.42% OF STUDENTS ARE
PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEERS
CLINICAL PLACEMENTS AT
JOHNS HOPKINS HEALTH SYSTEM
Local to Global
Local to Global
From the streets of Baltimore to the rural farm communities of Maryland, across the globe, in large hospitals, community clinics, and international health organizations, our students and faculty are on the ground in interprofessional teams, improving the lives of individuals, families, and communities.
12,000 HOURS WORKED ANNUALLY AT PARTNER COMMUNITY CENTERS
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
FOR THE GLOBAL NETWORK
FOR NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SECRETARIAT
30 COLLABORATIONS WITH OTHER NURSING/MEDICAL SCHOOLS IN MORE
THAN 19 COUNTRIES
Ranked among the top nursing schools receiving research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing offers graduate students intense, mentored experiences with faculty members in an unparalleled multidisciplinary research environment with internationally renowned schools of Nursing, Medicine, and Public Health.
56 NEW GRANTS RECEIVED IN FY18
$12,331,735 GRANT FUNDING RECEIVED IN FY18