Undergraduate Programs

The core of the Detroit Mercy nursing programs is our undergraduate nursing curriculum. Find out more about our undergraduate options below! Feel free to contact us if you have any questions! If you are currently enrolled and need access to your Student Handbooks or other policies and procedures, click here!

Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) — Freshmen

This program, strongly focused on nursing in the community, is founded on the sciences and the liberal arts, and strives to foster critical thinking. The traditional track is full-time only.

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Traditional BSN (Grand Rapids Campus)

The program, with an emphasis on community-based nursing, requires four years of study, including class work at Aquinas, taught by Aquinas and Detroit Mercy faculty, and clinical experience at Mercy Health Saint Mary's facilities throughout west Michigan.

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Part Time Bachelor of Science in Nursing (PT-BSN) — Transfer

Is it your dream to be a nurse, but you don’t have the time to be a full-time student or you can’t afford to quit your job? The new Part Time Bachelor of Science in Nursing (PT-BSN) track allows students to limit their nursing and clinical obligations to three days per week and have the luxury of four consecutive days off.

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Second Degree Option

This accelerated second degree option (SDO) in nursing allows individuals with a bachelor's degree in another major to earn a bachelor of science in Nursing (BSN) degree.

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Undergraduate Nursing - Transfer (Internal Applicants)

Are you a current Detroit Mercy student wishing to transfer into the nursing program? Find out the admission requirements, required supplemental application materials and see a sample program.

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