SSON Ranked Best Program in the Nation

April 28, 2014COLUMBIA, Mo – The University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing (SSON) was rated as the best nursing school program in the country by CollegeAtlas.org. The school is dedicated to making its students the best educated and most qualified nursing students by the time they graduate.SSON has always been helping aspiring students and…


April 28, 2014

COLUMBIA, Mo – The University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing (SSON) was rated as the best nursing school program in the country by CollegeAtlas.org. The school is dedicated to making its students the best educated and most qualified nursing students by the time they graduate.

SSON has always been helping aspiring students and education minded professionals make better, more informed choices by providing them with relevant, reliable and up-to-date information about college and higher education opportunities.

SSON is dedicated to discovering new knowledge and implementing best practices in teaching, research and service. Our students get the opportunity to learn from some of the greatest and most-innovative researchers in the world. They not only learn how to care for patients, but they do so with the latest technology. By the time our students graduate, they are a cut above the rest.

The school is committed to preparing nurses at the baccalaureate, masters and doctoral levels to meet care needs of the citizens of Missouri and the world. Our degree opportunities include: a bachelor’s degree, an online RN to BSN option, an accelerated BSN program, a master’s program, a doctor of nursing practice (DNP), and a PhD degree. Our students can be assured they will be nurses before they graduate.

Collegeatlas.org is an online publication that ranks colleges based on four things: affordability, academic quality, accessibility, and NCLEX-RN board exam pass rates. You can click here to see the entire list.


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