Nursing Schools in Montana
If you want a job that leaves you feeling inspired and fulfilled at the end of the day, becoming a nurse may be the right path for you. At nursing schools in Montana, you will learn to make a difference to patients and their families. You may help patients improve their lifestyle, make critical interventions that save lives, provide high-quality care at the end of someone’s life, assist patients in recovering from serious illnesses, and so much more.
Nursing programs in Montana typically offer courses in subjects like health assessment, foundations of nursing practice, adult nursing, perinatal nursing, nutrition, and anatomy and physiology. Depending on the career path you would like to pursue, you could earn a diploma, certificate or degree at the associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral level. Graduates of nursing colleges are needed throughout the state, in cities like Butte, Bozeman, Missoula, Billings, and Great Falls.
Nurses are critical to the future of Montana’s healthcare system, and there are likely to be a lot of job opportunities for nurses in Montana in the coming years, because of the state’s nursing shortage. From 2010 to 2020, the employment for nursing aids and licensed practical nurses (LPNs) are expected to increase at a faster than average rate of 25%. Even more promising is the employment for registered nurses (RNs), which should increase at a much faster than average rate of 38.7%. If you would like to start working towards a career as a nurse in Big Sky Country, check out the MT nursing schools listed below.
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