Top Critical Care Nursing Masters degree Programs - 2020

While Critical Care Nursing has degrees up to the Doctors degree professional practice, the majority of students earn a Masters degree. Students major in Critical Care Nursing all around the US, though the major at the Masters degree level has the most graduates in Arizona. The average annual income for an undergraduate degree in Critical Care Nursing is $57,500.

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514
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88
Total Females
426

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  • Total Masters degree

    514

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See where Critical Care Nursing is the most popular major in the U.S.
This heat map represents the states that have the highest percent of Critical Care Nursing degrees compared to all other degrees awarded in that state.
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Top Colleges for Critical Care Nursing

New York University is a top choice for students who want to study Critical Care Nursing. Students can earn up to a Doctors degree professional practice at the school. New York University grants about 51 Masters degrees to those majoring in Critical Care Nursing per year. However, Vanderbilt University and Maryville University of Saint Louis are also options to consider. Take a look at the college options in the table below.

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Careers for Critical Care Nursing Majors

Some top jobs related to Critical Care Nursing, include Nurse Practitioners and , both of which have many employment opportunities. Though there are positions that pay more, like Nurse Practitioners. the most available position for Critical Care Nursing majors is Registered Nurses.

Top Paying Careers for Critical Care Nursing

  1. Nurse Practitioners   (Median Wage: $109,820)
  2. Registered Nurses   (Median Wage: $73,300)

Most in Demand Careers for Critical Care Nursing

  1. Registered Nurses
  2. Nurse Practitioners
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