University of South Carolina-Columbia
University of South Carolina is located in Columbia, South Carolina. USC has been rated #1 in the nation by US News and World Report for their online education Master's programs. They offer a BSN program and an RN to BSN program, in addition to a wide variety of post-graduate options.
University of South Carolina-Columbia nursing school is a public institution located in Columbia, South Carolina. Its nursing programs are ACEN, ACME, CCNE and COA accredited.
Degree types you can earn at University of South Carolina-Columbia include Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nursing, and the school provides it offerings to students via campus, hybrid and online formats. The level of nursing programs offered to nursing students include Bachelor, BSN to DNP, BSN to PhD, Doctor of Nursing, Master, MSN to DNP and Post Master's NP Certificate level degrees.
For nursing students in South Carolina, the average NCLEX passing rate for ADN programs is 89.57% and for BSN programs is 88.96%.
The average national NCLEX passing rate for ADN programs is 85.48% and for BSN programs is 87.22%.
The latest NCLEX passing rates, and RNCareers' ranking for University of South Carolina-Columbia is
Research the University of South Carolina-Columbia nursing program. Compare it to the other nursing programs offered in South Carolina, to online nursing programs and to nursing programs offered in the United States for:
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Compare South Carolina Nursing School Rankings
|Compare South Carolina Nursing Schools||ADN||BSN|
|Number of Nursing Programs||16||15|
|Average NCLEX Passing Rate||89.57%||88.96%|
|NCLEX Passing Rate Range||74.10% to 97.08%||74.54% to 94.69%|
|Best Ranked School Details||ADN Rankings for South Carolina||BSN Rankings for South Carolina|
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Sources: The State Board of Nursing from Each State, U.S. Department of Education: College Scorecard, U.S. Department of Education – OPE, National Center for Education Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics