Nursing doctoral programs' rejection rate falls, signaling capacity boost

06/25/2013 | NurseZone.com

The percentage of qualified applicants rejected by nursing schools for doctoral programs fell from 43% to 37%, an indicator of increasing education capacity, according to a National League for Nursing survey. Minority enrollment in most post-licensure programs increased last year, particularly in RN-to-BSN programs.

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