Top 100 Degree Producers: Total Minority Associates-Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing

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Top 100 Degree Producers: Total Minority Associates-Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing


Top 100 Degree Producers:
Total Minority Associates--Registered Nursing, Nursing
Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing

2010                                                      '08-'09
Rank    Institution                              State

1       Excelsior College                         N.Y.       *
2       Miami Dade College                        Fla.       *
3       West Coast University-Orange County      Calif.      *
4       West Coast University-Los Angeles        Calif.      *
5       South Texas College                      Texas       *
6       Broward College                           Fla.       *
7       Keiser University-Ft. Lauderdale          Fla.       *
8       Helene Fuld College of Nursing            N.Y.       *
9       Fresno City College                      Calif.      *
10      Lone Star College System                 Texas       *
11      Florida State College at Jacksonville     Fla.       *
12      Prince George's Community College         Md.        *
12      El Centro College                        Texas       *
14      El Paso Community College                Texas       *
15      Walla Walla Community College            Wash.       *
16      Del Mar College                          Texas       *
17      Houston Community College                Texas       *
18      Valencia Community College                Fla.       *
19      University of Texas at Brownsville       Texas       *
19      Central New Mexico Community College      N.M.       *
21      City Colleges of Chicago-Harry S.         Ill.       *
          Truman College
22      San Jacinto Community College            Texas       *
23      East Los Angeles College                 Calif.      *
24      WHY Borough of Manhattan Community        N.Y.       *
          College
25      Mt. San Antonio College                  Calif.      *
26      San Antonio College                      Texas       *
27      ECPI College of Technology                Va.        *
17      Riverside Community College              Calif.      *
29      ATS Institute of Technology               Ohio       *
30      Union County College                      N.J.       *
31      Cochran School of Nursing                 N.Y.       *
32      Los Angeles Coll. of Nursing and         Calif.      *
          Allied Health
32      Baptist Health System School of          Texas       *
          Health Professions
34      City Colleges of Chicago-Olive-           Ill.       *
          Harvey College
34      Austin Community College District        Texas       *
34      Hillsborough Community College            Fla.       *
31      GateWay Community College-Phoenix        Ariz.       *
38      Santa Ana College                        Calif.      *
39      Georgia Perimeter College                 Ga.        *
39      Rio Hondo College                        Calif.      *
39      Delgado Community College                 La.        *
42      Cuyahoga Community College District       Ohio       *
42      Bakersfield College                      Calif. … 

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