Why should you attend Detroit Mercy's Nursing program?
Detroit Mercy offers leading programs in the field:
Our Nursing programs are responsive to changes in the marketplace. Both the undergraduate and graduate programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). We offer Nursing education in Grand Rapids too!
Small class sizes means more time spent with each student:
We have an extremely low student-to-faculty ratio and more than half of our Detroit Mercy undergraduate classes have from 5 to 19 students, assuring an amazing level of personal attention both inside and outside of the classroom.
Demand for registered nurses:
The Detroit Mercy Nursing program supports on- or off-campus programs structures. You can take classes full time or part time. We have a schedule that is right for you, allowing you to transfer your current skills for a new career.
Programs are web-enhanced:
Information technology has become an increasingly integral part of the health care industry in recent years. At the same time, it has become a fundamental part of the educational environment at Detroit Mercy, especially in the College of Health Professions.
Many of our programs offer courses online, and many other classes are now web-enhanced. Class materials such as notes, handouts and supplemental reading are available via College web sites. A number of classes are hosting online discussion groups as well.
Extensive clinical opportunities:
Detroit Mercy offers intensive study programs and the-job training. Clinical experiences are integral components of each program's curriculum.
Detroit Mercy's faculty experience:
The McAuley School of Nursing has a remarkable faculty comprised of nationally known experts. In fact, many have the Ph.D. or other highest available degree in their field of expertise.