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Which schools hire nurses for their online faculty?

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As of 2015, the Duke University School of Nursing, University of Minnesota and University of Pittsburgh Schools of Nursing and John Hopkins School of Nursing include professors with nursing degrees among their online faculty. The University of Rochester includes a faculty opportunities page that calls for applicants with nursing degrees.

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Individuals can search the faculty lists on the websites of Duke University, the University of Minnesota, the University of Pittsburgh and John Hopkins to view how many hired nurses each university has and what their educational backgrounds are. As of 2015, faculty members at the Duke University School of Nursing include registered nurses and those with bachelor degrees, master degrees or doctorates in nursing, nursing science or nursing education. Individuals can find the nursing specialities of faculty members at the University of Minnesota's School of Nursing by viewing the faculty research interest page. As of 2015, John Hopkins School of Nursing employs faculty members who are Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing.

The School of Nursing at the University of Rochester provides an online application system for faculty openings. Depending on the position, some of these openings require a higher degree in nursing or a related field. Job postings list qualifications accompanying each position.

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