UACCN Ranks Among Best Online Nursing Programs for 2022

The Capstone College of Nursing at The University of Alabama is proud to announce its online programs have again been ranked among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report.

CCN’s Master of Science in Nursing program was ranked No. 11 by the publication for Best Online MSN Program. Additionally, its Family Nurse Practitioner program was ranked No. 7, the highest ranking in both the state and the Southeastern Conference in this category. And, the College’s Nursing Administration program was ranked No. 9 and was the only program in Alabama ranked in this category.

“We at the Capstone College of Nursing strive to provide the best educational opportunities for practicing nurses in a flexible, online format,” said Dean Suzanne Prevost. “These rankings speak to both our students’ passion to advance their education, and our expert faculty and staff’s commitment to creating an innovative and stimulating learning environment. We are proud to again be recognized in this way.”

U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Nursing Programs were determined based on the institution’s performance across five categories: engagement, faculty credentials and training, expert opinion, services and technologies, and student excellence. For more information about the Best Online Programs methodology, click here.

CCN currently offers the following graduate programs: MSN Nurse Administrator; MSN Nurse Practitioner (Family and/or Mental Health); Doctor of Nursing Practice; Joint Online Nursing Science PhD program; Doctorate in Education for Nurse Educators; and post-graduate Nurse Practitioner Certificate Programs. For more information about CCN’s graduate programs, click here.

Currently, U.S. News & World Report does not report rankings for online DNP and Nursing PhD programs.

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