Binghamton University nursing programs earn 2019 top ranking
Binghamton University’s Decker School of Nursing programs have been ranked #39 out of 519 schools nationwide in a recent ranking by College Factual. This puts Decker’s degree programs in the top 10 percent of all nursing programs in the United States. Looking at nursing programs within New York state, Decker’s programs are ranked #6 out of 34. See the full ranking by nursing major or the full ranking of nursing programs in New York.
College Factual also looked at outcomes and reported that, based on PayScale survey data*, a student who graduates from Binghamton University with a degree in nursing will make average early-career earnings of $58,500 and average mid-career earnings of $79,697. This is above the national average of all graduates, who make $53,330 in their early career. It is also above the average graduate’s mid-career salary of $70,078.
*Salary data is estimated by College Factual using 2013 data provided by PayScale.