Michigan currently has about 92,670 active Registered Nurses (RNs), who earn a mean hourly wage of $33.22 ($69,100/year).

Most Affordable Nursing Schools in Michigan

This number is likely to grow, as the United States is expected to have a growth of 16% in RN jobs between 2014 and 2024. This is according to data supplied by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Changes in the suggested minimum level of education mean that more RNs will go back to school to upgrade to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). This is thanks to an initiative started by the IOM (Institute of Medicine) to increase from 40% to 80% (by 2020) the number of American RNs with a minimum BSN degree.

Nursing schools are generally affected in a positive way, with their efforts to synchronize their bachelor’s programs to meet these initiatives and the general demand for RNs. Other ways schools are rising to the challenge is their offering of affordable online options.

What are the cheapest nursing degrees in Michigan?

If you are looking to start a nursing career or upgrade your nursing education, the list below shows the 10 most affordable BSN programs (by in-state tuition) in Michigan. Using academic data from the NCES (National Center for Education Statistics) — which indicates that 23 nursing schools were offering a BSN in the last academic year — we’ve removed inactive or defunct programs / schools. The programs listed in this article have been verified as still active at time of publication.

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Baker College

Average Tuition: $8,640

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Baker College (BC) is part of the private, non-profit Baker College system. It receives institutional accreditation from both the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation and the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Undergraduate nursing programs are offered through the School of Nursing (SON) and additionally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (under review at time of writing). Baker College has previously appeared in lists here at CollegeChoice, including for most affordable online bachelor’s degrees (#3, 2016).

BC offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with two entry/ completion paths. One is a traditional track is for new pre-licensure students. The other is for current Registered Nurses with an associate’s degree in nursing. (Eligible American and Canadian RNs both accepted.)

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • Nursing – Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Pre-Licensure
  • Nursing – Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Post-Licensure

This BSN program emphasizes the role of nurses as not just caregivers but problem solvers and healers. Traditional track class sizes are small, to improve student learning experiences and increase personal attention. RN track classes are also on-campus but have an online option. Students learn not just patient care but also in areas of administration, health education, research. Students can choose to specialize in nursing interest, including emergency care, extended care, pediatrics or one of many more fields.

The BC BSN degree requires 180 quarter credits (qc) for graduation. Pre-licensure track students need to complete 86 qc in the Nursing Major, most of which are nursing or health-related courses. The curriculum also includes three clinical experiences/ practicums. RN track students have 44 qc of nursing courses (11, including practicums) to complete for graduation, and receive some transfer credits for prior coursework.

Sample courses include:

  • Introduction to Healthcare Informatics
  • Fundamentals of Professional Nursing Practice
  • Fundamentals of Professional Nursing Practice
  • Health Promotion and Vulnerable Populations
  • Nursing Theory and Research

Campus or HQ: Flint, Michigan.

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Saginaw Valley State University

Average Tuition: $8,968

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Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) receives institutional accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Undergraduate nursing programs are offered through the Department of Nursing, which is part of the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS). These programs are additionally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). SVSU has earned recognition from various organizations and college review publishers, including Military Times (2016 Best for Veterans). As well, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching designated SVSU with a Community Engagement classification in 2015. This is an honor that less than 10% of American colleges and universities receive.

SVSU offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with three entry/ completion paths. Freshmen students should apply to the Basic BSN track, as should transfer students and those with a non-nursing bachelor’s degree. An ADN completion track is a concurrent program that allows students to complete an associate’s degree in nursing at select partnered community college and then earn the upper-division portion of the BSN at SVSU. If students have already completed an associate’s nursing degree and are currently licensed as a Registered Nurse, there is the RN completion track.

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • Basic BSN
  • ADN to BSN Concurrent
  • RN to BSN

This is a competitive program due to the small number of students accepted, with the intent of personalized teaching. Students learn from a combination of clinical and simulation experience, in addition to classes. In addition to nursing practice roles, graduates are qualified for nursing administration work. Students who graduate from any track in this BSN program will also have the prerequisites necessary to pursue an advanced nursing degree such as an MSN, which further opens up career opportunities including advanced practice, nurse leader, nurse educator and more.

The BSN program requires a minimum of 124 credits for graduation. Students in the Basic track need to complete at least 67 credits of courses (2-5 cr each) in the Nursing Major, but must complete 30 credits of Nursing Prerequisite courses first. RN track students can choose between on campus (one day/ week) or a hybrid format that meets semi-regularly and offers some online components. This track has both part- and full-time options, and students receive up to 32 credits for their collective nursing coursework and experience. ADN track students receive at least 25 credits towards nursing courses. Note that students who transfer in or have a bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing field may be qualified for transfer credits. Discuss your options with an SVSU academic advisor.

Sample courses include:

  • Nurse Provider Pharmacology
  • Nurse Provider Pathophysiology
  • Nurse Provider Concepts
  • Care Designer Health Assessment

Campus or HQ: University Center, Michigan.

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University of Michigan-Flint

Average Tuition: $10,005

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University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) is a member of the public University of Michigan System, with institutional accreditation provided by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Undergraduate nursing programs are offered through the School of Nursing (SON) and additionally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Amongst the recognitions UM-Flint has earned are ranking spots on several general and topical college review lists. These include lists published by Princeton Review (Best in the Midwest), U.S. News & World Report (Best Online Programs – undergraduate and graduate, including the MSN and DNP degrees; Top Public Schools Midwest; Best Colleges for Veterans), Michigan Veteran Affairs Agency (Gold Level – Veteran Services), and the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, amongst others.

UM Flint offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with four entry/ completion paths. This includes three pre-licensure tracks – one for traditional first time undergraduates, another for students with military medical experience or training, and another for those holding a non-nursing bachelor’s degree. The last track is for currently licensed Registered Nurses who have an associate’s degree in nursing. An additional option for the traditional BSN, the Direct Admit Program, allows students to apply while in high school, to secure a reserved spot in the BSN program, available once they complete high school, but otherwise follows the same traditional curriculum.

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • Traditional BSN
  • Accelerated Second Degree BSN (ASD)
  • Veterans’ BSN (VBSN)
  • RN to BSN Completion

This BSN program prepares students for roles in providing care at all ages. Career responsibilities may include developing and modifying care for individuals and groups, in addition to the typical evaluation and implementation of care. Students learn from both theory and clinical experiences, to gain the skills for caregiving, health promotion, and prevention education. All pre-licensure tracks (e.g., non-RN track) prepare students for writing the NCLEX-RN professional licensing exam post-graduation. Graduates of all tracks are qualified to pursue graduate nursing programs.

Flint’s BSN degree requires a minimum of 120 credits for graduation. Traditional track students start as pre-nursing students, complete prerequisites, then finish six more semesters with primarily nursing courses. ASD track takes 16 months (and provides an advantage to grads who will later want to take the ASD to MSN FNP program). RN track students will earn appropriate transfer credits (no limit) for prior work. Note: Flint has a minimum 45-credit residency requirement.

Sample courses include:

  • Research in Nursing
  • Gerontological Nursing
  • Transcultural Healthcare
  • Medical Surgical Nursing
  • Legal and Moral Decisions in Nursing and Health Care

Campus or HQ: Flint, Michigan.

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Eastern Michigan University

Average Tuition: $10,417

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Eastern Michigan University (EMU) receives institutional accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Undergraduate nursing programs are additionally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and offered through the School of Nursing (SON) in EMU’s College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) Ranking awards earned by EMU include a #5 spot in the “2017 Military Friendly School” list published by G.I. Jobs magazine), U.S. News & World Report (America’s Best Colleges: diversity), plus topic-specific rankings from publishers such as Princeton Review.

EMU offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with three entry/ completion paths. Two tracks are pre-licensure, with one a traditional program for new undergraduates and the other for students already holding a non-nursing bachelor’s degree. The third track is designed for licensed Registered Nurses holding an associate’s degree or diploma in nursing.

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN, traditional)
  • BSN Second Degree
  • BSN Completion

This BSN program puts an emphasis on students learning skills such as critical thinking, in order to be function as a caregiver who promotes health, helps prevent disease and aids in restoring health.Through a partnership with St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, SON students have access to a high-fidelity simulation suite that replicates an in-hospital patient room. Graduates of the pre-licensure tracks are eligible to write the NCLEX-RN professional licensing exam post-graduation. Potential careers for all graduate include nursing roles in community health centers, hospitals, long-term care facilities, home care and more. Grads are also qualified to pursue advanced nursing studies such as an MSN degree.

EMU’s BSN degree requires a minimum of 124 credits for graduation. Traditional and 2nd Degree track students must complete 60 credits maximum in nursing courses for the Major. RN track courses are in a 7.5-week fully online format, or a 15-week hybrid format.

Sample courses include:

  • Nursing Care of Childbearing Families
  • Child/Family Health Nursing
  • Adult Health Nursing
  • Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing
  • Nursing Research

Campus or HQ: Ypsilanti, Michigan.

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Lake Superior State University

Average Tuition: $10,580

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Lake Superior State University (LSSU) receives institutional accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Undergraduate nursing programs are additionally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). These programs are offered through the School of Nursing (SON), which is part of the Division of Health and Safety, within the College of Professional Studies. LSSU students enjoy an average net tuition that is the lowest of all public universities in the state, and out-of-state students pay the same One-Rate tuition. The university claims an employment rate of 94% (within one year of graduation), as well 100% placement in nursing and select other programs. For the outdoorsy types, the campus offers beautiful scenery, and views of Lake Superior are only a few minutes distant where students can enjoy different recreational activities.

LSSU offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with two entry/ completion paths. One track covers traditional pre-licensure students. The other track is a post-licensure completion program for Registered Nurses holding an associate’s degree in nursing.

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (pre-licensure)
  • RN to BSN (post-licensure).

The SON boasts a new state-of-the-art simulation center in which students supplemental classroom learning with development of practical skills. Clinical opportunities can take place at partnered healthcare centers in either Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, or Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario (Canada). Traditional track students can write the NCLEX-RN professional licensing exam upon graduation. The school’s first-time NCLEX-RN pass rate ranges from 94.8% to 97.37% for the 2013-2015 period. Once certified, graduates can seek nursing roles in holistic care in various healthcare facilities. RN track students add to the skills they have already gained, which improves career opportunities. Program graduates have found employment in multiple specialties, including extended care nurse, home care nurse, hospital nurse, mental health nurse, office nurse, public health nurse, registered nurses and school nurse.

The LSSU BSN degree requires at least 125 credits for graduation. Traditional track students start as pre-nursing majors, to complete prerequisite/ support courses in year one, before entering the track as a nursing major (61 credits) for three additional years. RN track courses are available through multiple channels, including classroom, online, interactive TV. The curriculum consists of 63 nursing credits and takes two years.

Sample courses include:

  • Nursing of Childbearing Families
  • Nursing of Children and Families
  • Adult Nursing
  • Nursing of Populations

Campus or HQ: Sault Ste Marie, Michigan.

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Ferris State University

Average Tuition: $10,836

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Institutional accreditation for Ferris State University (FSU) is provided by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Undergraduate nursing programs are additionally accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), and are run by the School of Nursing (SON) within FSU’s College of Health Professions. A selection of FSU’s academic programs have ranked in topical college review lists by various publishers, including Princeton Review.

FSU offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with two entry/ completion paths. One is a pre-licensure track for freshmen nursing students. The other is an RN completion track for students having an associate’s degree or diploma in nursing and current licensure as a Registered Nurse.

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • BSN (pre-licensure RN) Program
  • RN to BSN Completion Program

This BSN program puts an emphasis on the skills and knowledge that nurses will require in order to provide caregiving for patients of all ages, in different healthcare environments including acute care. The program is particularly competitive, with only 32 students admitted each Fall and Spring semesters. Students in the traditional track are readied to sit for the NCLEX-RN professional licensing exam upon graduation. RN track students continue to work while studying, adding new skills to their repertoire, including the ability to make evidence-based decisions. Graduates of either track often find nursing-related employment in settings such as hospices, public health centers, home care, schools, or may take on positions of entry-level management in healthcare.

FSU’s BSN degree requires a minimum 120 credits for graduation (though a typical study plan for the PL (pre-licensure) track results in 123-124 credits. PL track students take Health Professions, support and general education courses in the first year, followed by nursing credits for the last three years of the program. The RN track runs full-time for two straight calendar years (all semesters, including summer) and consists of 25 nursing credits, including two Capstones (one a Leadership Practicum), plus outstanding general education credits. Students are granted 40 credits for prior nursing coursework. A part-time study option is available.

Sample courses include:

  • Pathophysiology in Nursing Practice
  • Population Based Health Promotion
  • Gerontological Nursing
  • End-of-Life Nursing Care
  • Transcultural Nursing

Campus or HQ: Big Rapids, Michigan.

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Western Michigan University

Average Tuition: $11,029

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Western Michigan University (WMU) is home to the Bronson School of Nursing (BSON), which is part of the College of Health and Human Services. Institutional accreditation is from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Nursing programs are additionally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), and the BSON has an endorsement from the American Holistic Nursing Certification Corporation (AHNCC). Amongst the ranking awards WMU has earned are “military friendly,” “military friendly spouse schools,” and “best for vets.” U.S. News & World Report has also awarded the university with topical rankings for 10 WMU programs at undergraduate and graduate levels.

WMU offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with two entry/ completion paths. Freshmen nursing students take the traditional track. The RN completion track caters to students currently licensed as a Registered Nurse and who hold an associate’s degree or diploma in nursing. Qualified high school students planning to attend WMU’s BSN after graduating can apply for direct admission.

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Traditional)
  • RN-BSN program

Students in this BSN program gain an understanding of how to provide care for individuals and groups, in a holistic, culturally-sensitive manner. Graduates of the Traditional track are eligible to sit for the NCLEX-RN professional licensing exam. RN track students add to current skills and benefit from a program designed to accommodate working nurses. BSN students have access to three clinical labs, which have mannequins and a variety of simulation tech and equipment. WMU BSN graduates have found nursing practice, leadership and management roles in a range of healthcare environments, including clinics, home care, hospices, hospitals, schools, wellness centers and more. Students wishing to take advanced nursing studies will be prepared for degrees such as an MSN or DNP.

WMU’s BSN program requires 125 credits for graduation. Traditional track students start as pre-nursing students, complete one year (two semesters) of prerequisite courses, then become nursing majors for the final six semesters. (WMU does consider eligible “direct admit” applications from high school students.) RN track curriculum courses will become online for students starting in Fall 2017 and later.

Sample courses include:

  • Health Informatics
  • Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family
  • Nursing Care of Children and Families
  • Health Care Ethics
  • Nursing Therapeutics

Campus or HQ: Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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Grand Valley State University

Average Tuition: $11,363

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Grand Valley State University (GVSU) gets its institutional accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. Undergraduate nursing programs are offered through the Kirkhof College of Nursing (KCN) and are additionally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). GVSU claims a collective graduate employment rate of 94% (within a year after graduation). The university has earned a number of accolades for its programs and overall campus experience. This includes a #11 spot in study abroad participation published by IIE (Institute of International Education), which includes nursing programs. GreenMetric ranked GVSU at #16 worldwide for environment-friendly management, and the campus received a Gold rating in 2015 from STARS/ AASHE for sustainability, amongst other “green” awards from Sierra Club, etc. Additional kudos for academic programs come from Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report, Forbes magazine, Washington Monthly and other organizations, including for health-related and military-friendly categories.

GVSU offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with three entry/ completion path. One track is an RN completion program for students who are already licensed as a Registered Nurse and have completed an associate’s degree in nursing. If you are new to nursing, there are two options: a traditional track for freshmen students, and a second-degree track for candidates who have already earned a non-nursing bachelor’s degree.

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • Baccalaureate Program
  • RN to BSN Program
  • Baccalaureate Program for Second Degree Students

This program puts an emphasis on specific aspects of the role of a professional nurse, including: being a member of the profession and care provider, and overseeing care in terms design, management and coordination. Through classes, labs and clinical experiences, students in the pre-licensure tracks get prepared for NCLEX-RN exam post-graduation, which once passed will certify each as a Registered Nurse (RN). Those who are already RNs enhance the skills and knowledge they already have. Both tracks prepare students for professional nurse roles in several areas of caregiving, including counseling, leadership, management, etc., and in various settings, such as clinics, homes, hospitals and more. GVSU claims a 94% employment rate for their BSN graduates. Note: the traditional track has a faculty-led two week study abroad trip (in Ghana) that counts for credit towards BSN clinical requirements.

GVSU’s BSN degree requires a minimum of 120 credits for graduation. Traditional track students have a choice of 4- and 4.5-year study plans, with and without Summer semesters. Forty credits of prerequisite courses are to be completed prior to application to the BSN program. Sixty-five credits of nursing and support courses make up the Major portion of the curriculum. Second degree track students have similar requirements, although they will have transfer credits for some prior non-nursing coursework. RN students will also have transfer credits for prior nursing coursework. RN track courses are hybrid (online and on-campus), with once-per-month onsite meetings, and can be completed in two years (five semesters) part-time, with clinicals conducted local to the student.

Sample courses include:

  • Dimensions of Nursing Practice
  • Dimensions of Nursing Practice
  • Introduction to Nursing Research and Evidence Based Nursing Practice
  • Healthy Aging – A Lifelong Journey
  • Healthy Aging – A Lifelong Journey

Campus or HQ: Allendale, Michigan.

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Oakland University

Average Tuition: $12,431

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Oakland University (OU) receives institutional accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. OU’s School of Nursing (SON) offers undergraduate nursing programs, which are additionally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). OU has earned recognition from various college review publishers, including Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report (USNWR), including for categories such as top midwest, best grad school, best business school and others. The Human Health Building, which is home to the SON, earned a LEED Platinum rating for energy-efficiency.

OU offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with three entry/ completion paths. Two tracks cover pre-licensure students – a traditional track for new undergraduates and an accelerated track for students who already have a non-nursing bachelor’s degree. The third track is a completion program for Registered Nurses holding an associate’s degree or diploma in nursing. Note: the traditional track has a Direct Admission option for high school students planning to attend OU full-time after graduating.

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Basic)
  • Accelerated Second Degree BSN (ABSN)
  • RN to BSN Degree Completion

This BSN program combines a nursing education with courses in the humanities and social, biological and natural sciences. Clinical experiences for pre-licensure (Basic and ABSN) track students take place at healthcare facilities in Southeastern Michigan, and locally to students in the RN track. Pre-licensure students are prepared and eligible to write the NCLEX-RN professional licensing exam upon graduation. Students graduating from all tracks have found nursing-related employment in health care settings such as community health centers, birthing centers, home care, hospitals, long-term care facilities and other places. RN track students add to their existing skills and enjoy the benefit of in-state tuition regardless of state of residency.

The OU BSN degree requires 125 credits for graduation, including any transfer credits earned for prior nursing and non-nursing course work, for ABSN and RN tracks. For example, 19 credits are awarded for NCLEX-RN licensure for RN track students. This is a competitive program and Basic track students spend one year taking pre-nursing courses before admission to three years in the nursing major. The ABSN track takes at least 12 months. The RN track takes 15 months or longer and covers 32 credits in the Major. Courses are primarily online, 14 weeks long (or seven weeks with the new Fast Track option).

Sample courses include:

  • Research Basis of Nursing Practice
  • Health Promotion in the Community
  • Nursing Leadership and Health Care Issues
  • Nursing Care of Populations
  • Community Nursing

Campus or HQ: Rochester Hills, Michigan.

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Wayne State University

Average Tuition: $12,745

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Wayne State University (WSU) is institutionally accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. WSU’s College of Nursing (CON) offers undergraduate nursing programs that are additionally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). CON itself has recently won two awards from U.S. News & World Report for both the MSN and DNP graduate nursing programs (2018 and past years). The college is one of 28 schools that received a Future of Nursing Scholars grant (2016, 2017), from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, related to the IOM’s (Institute of Medicine’s) initiative to increase the number of nurses holding PhD in the United States. The latter is in addition to other grants the college has recently received.

WSU offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with five entry/ completion paths. Three tracks are pre-licensure and intended for students with no previous nursing or health training. These tracks include a traditional program (requires completion of pre-requisistes before nursing major), a Freshman track (equivalent to Direct Admission), a Veterans track (students have military healthcare training/ experience), and a second-degree track for students with a non-nursing bachelor’s degree. The fifth option is a post-licensure completion track for Registered Nurses with an associate’s degree or diploma in nursing (work experience not necessary).

Degrees and concentrations offered at this school include:

  • Traditional BSN (TBSN)
  • BSN for Freshmen (FBSN)
  • BSN Second Career/ Degree (CD2)
  • BSN for Veterans (VBSN)
  • RN to BSN

This BSN program offers a range of options for students of varied academic status, albeit primarily pre-licensure options. Students in the latter tracks are prepared for sitting in the NCLEX-RN professional licensing exam once they have graduated, which certifies each as a Registered Nurse. (The CON enjoys a first-time NCLEX pass rate of 100% for the period Apr 1 – Sep 30, 2015.) In addition to classroom work, students in all tracks develop practical skills in the CON’s Simulation and Skills labs, and participate in clinical experiences. (Note: Clinical rotations for the VBSN track takes place at the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center, which provides care services for veterans.) Emphasis in the program’s curriculum is on “reducing health disparities and improving health outcomes among minority populations.”

WSU’s BSN degree requires between 121-126 credits for graduation — dependent on track selected — including granted transfer credits and prior nursing coursework/ licensure. The Traditional track requires completion of at least 30 credits of prerequisite courses (one year) before admission into the major (three years). The Freshmen track, on the other, directly admits students into the four year curriculum. The CD2 track takes 16 or 20 month timeline, and consists of 61 credits of nursing courses plus any outstanding requirements. The VBSN track follows the same curriculum as the Traditional but allows for some transfer credits for military healthcare experience. RN track students take a total of 30 nursing credits over two semesters, Fall and WInter. They are awarded 33 credits for NCLEX licensure. The remaining 58 credits are covered by General Education credits, some of which will have been completed beforehand.

Sample courses include:

  • Professional Nursing in the Future: Strategies for Health Promotion
  • Introduction to Research and Evidence Based Practice
  • Gerontological Nursing Perspectives in Health and Illness
  • Nursing Informatics
  • Transcultural Health through the Life Cycle

Campus or HQ: Detroit, Michigan.

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