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, the college has built a nationwide reputation as a premier professional school.
The college has a number of pathways leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing: BSN Traditional, BSN Second Degree/Second Career (CD2), RN to BSN, and Veterans BSN. The BSN program allows the student to choose the optimal pathway to a BSN based on his or her previous health care provider experience and education.
Individuals who have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing may apply to our Master of Science in Nursing program which offers several clinical specialties.
The Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing program enables those who possess a bachelor's or master's degree to obtain a PhD in nursing. The PhD program is designed to prepare researchers and scholars to provide leadership to the profession and discipline of nursing.
The Doctorate of Nursing Practice program enables those who possess a bachelor's or master's degree to obtain a DNP degree. The program emphasizes the development of the student’s capacity to impact the clinical setting as leaders and educators and to utilize clinical research to improve and transform healthcare.
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