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A degree from the University of Michigan School of Nursing is a commitment to your future. University of Michigan is recognized internationally for our quality of education, which holds true for both on-campus and online programs.

At the University of Michigan School of Nursing, we are committed to creating a rich scholarly community that supports the advancement of both nursing as a field and the community’s individual members. Our community is built by researchers on the leading edge of innovation, educators training the next generation of nurse leaders, and students learning the necessary skills to excel. The energy and passion of these individuals shapes our school and drives what we do.

#11 Nursing Master’s Program*

*U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Graduate School rankings

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Leading the Way in Knowledge and Experience

Our academic programs are designed to fuse the critical study of theory with challenging hands-on practice. Supported by a state-of-the-art Clinical Learning Center and partnerships with some of the best mentor-preceptors in the country, we offer immersion experiences and clinical placements fitting for each program. We educate highly skilled nurses with the abilities essential to providing high-quality healthcare.

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Leading the Way in Scientific Discovery

At the U-M School of Nursing, both expert and novice investigators alike find everything they need to inspire continued discovery. As a designated PAHO/WHO Collaborating Center, our commitment to advancing the practice of nursing through research and collaboration is evident.

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Leading the Way in Care That Makes a Difference

Nurses have the opportunity to provide care in individuals’ most challenging moments. We honor caring for and serving others, no matter who they are, what they look like or where they live. We give to communities both locally and globally through the interchange of ideas, the sharing of resources, the teaching of skills and the direct care of patients.