Nursing Schools in Kansas (KS)

Written by NS StaffJuly 29, 2011

Kansas isn't just home to twisters and Dorothy Gale. Wheat fields and oil derricks share a landscape that seems to go on forever. Considered part of America's Heartland, the mineral and agricultural industries keep the sleepy towns and large cities buzzing. Topeka is the state capital, however Wichita is the most populous city. The Kansas State Board of Nursing allows the 30 required hours to be earned through independent study as long as it has been pre-approved by a state board. You can learn more about your career in nursing by following the links below.

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