Nursing Schools in Montana

Nursing SchoolsOf the 30 Montana Colleges, 17 schools provide Nursing degree programs.

Nursing degrees are often greatly in demand by corporations these days, and graduates of these programs have countless job opportunities waiting for them directly after they graduate school.

Annual Tuition
Attempting to locate a college close by is typically the first stage for most potential students in their school search process, and we have listed local colleges and schools within Montana offering the Nursing field of study.

Salary estimates for job positions in the Nursing industry, such as a traveling nurse, are usually very high relative to standard Montana wages and compensation.

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Nursing Schools in Nearby States

We list 12 nursing schools and colleges in Boise, Idaho Falls, Twin Falls, Nampa, Coeur d'Alene, Rexburg, Lewiston, Caldwell, and Pocatello. Approximately 1,400 nursing diplomas are granted each year. Average tuition charges for nursing degree programs in ID is roughly $11,500.

North Dakota
Our listing contains 18 nursing schools and colleges in Bismarck, Fargo, Jamestown, Fort Totten, New Town, Devils Lake, Grand Forks, and 11 other cities. Approximately 1,000 nursing degrees are awarded each year. Average tuition for nursing programs in ND is around $11,500.

South Dakota
Learn more about 15 nursing schools and colleges in Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Brookings, Watertown, Mission, Aberdeen, Vermillion, and 8 other cities. About 1,200 nursing diplomas are awarded each year. Average tuition cost for nursing degree programs in SD is about $9,100.

Read about 7 nursing schools and colleges in Laramie, Riverton, Cheyenne, Sheridan, Powell, Casper, and Rock Springs. Around 700 nursing diplomas are granted every year. Average tuition for nursing degree programs in WY is approximately $6,800.