RN Programs in Wyoming
Ranked RN and BSN Programs in WyomingAfter evaluating 1,209 ADN, 794 BSN, 2,022 campus and 383 online RN programs, we ranked RN programs against criteria nurses found to be most valuabale. We spent $27,700 on this unique list that has helped more than 3,000 nurses apply to the right program for their career goals. Find NCLEX passing scores, tuition rates, nursing program accreidtation, institution accreditation and more. Expore our RN-ADN and RN-BSN rankings for Wyoming in the listings below.
Now is a great time for nurses to pursue an RN or BSN degree program in Wyoming. Nursing schools across the state are introducing RN to BSN programs that can be completed online to help meet the needs of busy, working nurses. Generally programs can be completed online and there are many clinical sites located across the state. Wyoming needs nurses more than ever as the state is currently facing a nursing shortage in the rural areas. The number of nurses with a bachelor’s degree is increasing, but it is still not enough to meet the high demand.
Ranked Schools : 6
Evaluated Schools : 7
RN Programs in WyomingIn the fall of 2016, Wyoming began its ReNEW program - "Revolutionizing Nursing Education in Wyoming." The goal of this RN program is to prepare all nursing students for a bachelor's degree at some point in time. ReNEW standardizes nursing education for the community colleges and University of Wyoming, which means that there are ample opportunities for LPNs and RNs to further their education.
See our methodology for ranking ADN and BSN programs.
Ranked Schools : 1
Evaluated Schools : 1
BSN Programs in WyomingWyoming has strict admissions requirements nursing students must meet in order to be accepted into a BSN program. These requirements include completion of prerequisite classes, Wyoming registered nurse licensure, and a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Courses in a typical program may include (but are not limited to):
- Cultural Diversity in Family Care
- Advanced Health Assessment
- Healthcare Promotion
- Nursing Leadership
- Capstone Project
Wyoming RN Job OutlookWyoming expects many nursing vacancies in the state in the upcoming years. To fill these vacancies, the Wyoming Research and Planning Committee is working hard to evaluate and make changes to education and workforce systems which are intended to attract and keep nurses in the state. Nurses in Wyoming can expect to be in a solid career. The annual median income of nurses in Wyoming ranges from $59,600-$80,000. The salary is dependent on the experience and education level of the individual nurse.
Wyoming Registered Nursing SalariesThe Cheyenne metropolitan area has the highest number of registered nurses employed across the state as well as the highest hourly mean wage and annual median wage.
|Area name||Employment||Hourly mean wage||Annual median wage|
|Northwestern Wyoming nonmetropolitan area||810||$29.05||$60,090|
|Southwestern Wyoming nonmetropolitan area||730||$29.46||$60,310|
|Northeastern Wyoming nonmetropolitan area||820||$29.49||$60,560|
|Southeastern Wyoming nonmetropolitan area||610||$28.23||$57,410|