Michigan State University College of Nursing
The Michigan State University College of Nursing has been training the next generations of nurses since its founding as the Department of Nursing Education in 1950. We believe in the power of research, practice and education to affect lasting change and to improve health outcomes in our communities. We do this through recruiting top faculty, staff and students and continuously staying at the forefront of changes in the profession.nursing.msu.edu
Founded in 1950, the Michigan State University College of Nursing offers three undergraduate programs, as well as advanced practice RN degrees for aspiring nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurse anesthetists and nurse scientists (PhD). Of the more than 7,100 living alumni, 85 percent of graduates practice in Michigan. Learn more about the college at nursing.msu.edu.