We've organized a comprehensive list of Montana nursing schools. Below you'll find information on specific nursing programs such as LPN certificates and ADN, BSN, and MSN degrees.

One of the attractive aspects of a nursing career is the rapid path to employment. Nursing students need only two years to earn an associate’s degree in either registered nursing (RN) or licensed practical nursing (LPN). A certificate program to become a certified nursing assistant (CNA) is even shorter, just a few months in length. Montana’s vocational, career, and community colleges offer high-quality and affordable nursing programs for all three career paths. Below we profile several options in depth.

Highlands College of Montana Tech

Nursing employers are demonstrating a growing preference for bachelor’s- or even master’s-level education. As a result, an increasing share of students are pursuing their nursing education at four-year colleges and universities. These institutions offer at least a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN), and select schools also offer graduate programs. We profile below several of Montana’s top four-year colleges and universities for nursing.

Montana State University – Bozeman