Good nursing schools in the United States include Columbia University, New York University and Georgetown University according to College.USAToday.com. Columbia University's nursing program features an entry-to-practice program that offers both classroom and clinical training opportunities. New York University nursing undergraduates practice their skills in a Clinical Simulation Learning Center.
Georgetown University combines clinical and classroom education for nursing students and access to facilities including the Discovery Center and O’Neill Family Foundation Clinical Simulation Center. The college offers both a four-year nursing program and a 16-month Accelerated Second Degree program.
Nursing graduates from all three schools have an early career salary range of $64,000 to $71,000 on average, as of 2015.