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School of Nursing

NMU’s School of Nursing prepares students to excel in a variety of hospital and community settings. You’ll acquire expert knowledge, technical competence and interpersonal skills. Our nursing curriculum is one of the most diverse in the Midwest. Admission into the nursing program is highly competitive, and students are required to apply for acceptance after having successfully completed a series of prerequisite courses, including human anatomy and physiology, chemistry, psychology, sociology, medical microbiology and nutrition.

Experience Learning

We place special emphasis on developing critical thinking skills and therapeutic techniques through both classroom and clinical experiences. Most of your classes will be held in the state-of-the-art Nursing Technology Center (NTC), which offers nursing students dozens of specialized labs and enhanced learning environments such as the Pendill Home Care Suite and the Benda-Drake Intensive Care Simulation Room. You’ll also receive hands-on training at local and regional healthcare facilities.

Career Excellence

The nursing shortage in the U.S. has reached epidemic proportions, so the job market for graduates is good. Along with positions in hospitals, clinics and physician offices, nurses also work in business, occupational, community and home health care settings.

The graduates from the School of Nursing are highly trained and skilled for the job market. The program boasts one of the best job placement rates in the university with more than 90 percent of graduates finding work in six months of graduation.Students in the School of Nursing work with real-life simulations that allow for practical lessons and hands-on experiences. This allows students to apply what they

Degrees Offered

What you'll do at NMU

Assist in research projects, such as the effects of alcohol on violence, or body image and pregnancy. Share interests and plan special events by joining the Student Nurses Association. Volunteer to help uninsured residents at the Medical Care Access Coalition. Take an academic service learning course where you work with children with physical disabilities at Bay Cliff Health Camp. Travel to professional conferences or study abroad, perhaps helping to administer polio shots in India or teaching basic personal-care skills to children in Honduras. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll have the support of talented, caring professors every step of the way.

School of Nursingbsnnurse@nmu.edu906-227-2834

If you have college credit and want to find out what will transfer to NMU, please visit www.nmu.edu/transfercredit