The Wayne State University College of Nursing is committed to world-class education, clinical excellence, significant research and the preparation of students for leadership roles in the nursing profession. Through its dedication to student success, its state-of-the-art learning environment and the achievements of its graduates, the college has built a nationwide reputation as a premier professional school.
The college has a number of programs leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Individuals with no prior experience as health care providers may apply for the Traditional Program. This option provides the education and training needed to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing within three years.
Individuals who possess a bachelor’s degree in an area other than nursing may apply to our Second Degree/Second Career (CD2) program. This accelerated curriculum is designed to allow students to earn a bachelor's degree in nursing in 17 months.
Individuals who have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing may apply to and concentrate in one of our many Master of Science in Nursing specialties.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing program enables those who possess a bachelor's or master's degree to obtain a PhD in nursing.
College of Nursing
5557 Cass Ave.
Detroit MI 48202
Office of Student Affairs:
Phone: (313) 577-4082
Toll free: (888) 837-0847
Fax: (313) 577-6949