Recent CHP MSON News

The Master’s Entry Advanced Generalist Nursing (MEAGN) program is built for students seeking a second degree in nursing, allowing them to become registered nurses in less than 17 months.

The innovative online program prepares the Family Nurse Practitioner to provide urgent and emergent health care services to patients of all ages.

Victoria Ryce knows the challenges of attending college while working full-time and raising children. But the reward has been worth the many sacrifices.

Detroit Mercy’s Nurse Anesthesia program has achieved a top 10 ranking since 2012.

Kortney Hepting, Hyder Mirza and Dominique Mones received the 2019-20 scholarships based on their commitment to nursing and work in the classroom and commitment to healthcare in the Detroit area.

The Ireland of Catherine McAuley’s day is a world away from today’s Detroit, but it still holds lessons and inspiration for healthcare workers and educators.

Katie Lukovich, a third-year Physician Assistant student at Detroit Mercy, was one of 27 students in the United States to earn the national scholarship.

Come on out to the ballgame and help support students studying nursing at Detroit Mercy’s College of Health Professions & McAuley School of Nursing.

If you’re considering a career in nursing, then University of Detroit Mercy has the right program to fit your needs.

Detroit Mercy’s doctoral program in Clinical Psychology recently achieved a 10-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation (CoA) of the American Psychological Association.

Detroit Mercy’s commencement ceremonies on the McNichols Campus for the School of Dentistry, School of Law, graduate and undergraduate students wrapped up May 11 and faculty, staff and leadership could not be more proud of our graduates. This year marked the first time that the University held separate ceremonies for the graduate and undergraduate programs.

University of Detroit Mercy nursing faculty and students will be honored May 9 with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty and The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Students. These awards are part of The DAISY Foundation's mission to express gratitude to nurses with programs that recognize them for the extraordinary, compassionate and skillful care they provide patients and families.

University of Detroit Mercy alumna Sarah Hein is one of the few deaf graduates from the College of Health Profession’s McAuley School of Nursing, but she’s determined to make sure she is not the last.

University of Detroit Mercy faculty member Rosanne Burson recently received a prestigious 2019-20 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant. This is her first Fulbright Award.