Comprehensive list of all BSN and ADN programs in Missouri?

  1. Also, do employers readily hire grads from most or all of these? Or are there certain programs with 'lesser' reputations?
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  3. by   luvs2readlotsRN
    Here's a link to the BON listing...first listing is a comprehensive list of all LPN programs, followed by Associate Degree RN programs, then BSN RN programs.

    2nd link is to a pass rate for the given schools...Frankly I'd stay away from any program that has less than 85%...even then I'd shoot for the "high flyers"(90% and above), but then maybe I'm prejudice as the school I graduated from has had above 90% for awhile!

  4. by   WDWpixieRN
    I'll second what luvs says. She gave you the same link I was ready to hunt down for you.

    Another site that has links to accredited programs across the U.S. as well as other info about nursing is:

    Both of these are excellent resources.

    Good luck!!