Nursing Program at Molloy College is Best in the U.S. for 2019
By Anthony Vela
College Factual ranked Molloy College's nursing program highest out of 519 schools nationwide, and first out of 34 in the state of New York. This is the second year in a row the nursing program has achieved these accolades.
"The success of Molloy's nursing programs reflects our strong, carefully developed curricula and our expert and caring faculty, who truly mentor their students. Nursing students at Molloy have deeply meaningful course, simulation, and clinical experiences. These help ensure that they graduate from our programs with the knowledge, clinical competencies, clinical judgement, and commitment to compassionate, person-centered care that is the hallmark of nursing excellence," said Dr. Marcia Gardner, Dean of the Barbara H. Hagan School of Nursing at Molloy College.
Above Average Outcomes at Molloy College for Students Earning Nursing Degrees
Based upon PayScale survey data*, a student who graduates from Molloy with a degree in nursing will make average early-career earnings of $70,305 and average mid-career earnings of $90,571. This is more than 20 percent above the national average of all graduates, who make $53,330 in their early career, along with the average graduate's mid-career salary of $70,078. Molloy graduates are highly sought-after and valued by employers, who know that Molloy nurses "have what it takes" to make a real difference in healthcare.
*Salary data is estimated by College Factual using 2013 data provided by PayScale.