Undergraduate Nursing Programs

The School of Nursing Undergraduate Program utilizes a comprehensive assessment plan that incorporates various types of direct and indirect measures for all three BSN programs: traditional, accelerated second degree, and RN to BSN. The baccalaureate, master's, DNP, and post-graduate APRN certificate programs at University of Michigan-Flint are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation). The Undergraduate Nursing Program Evaluation Committee regularly completes an analysis of student learning outcome measures and submits recommendations to the School of Nursing Undergraduate Faculty Committee. The continued analysis of outcome measures and feedback from nursing students result in an undergraduate BSN program that meets the high expectations of the nursing profession. During the last year our graduates have continued to meet or exceed state and national benchmarks in the NCLEX-RN licensing examination.

Graduate Nursing Programs

The MSN program as a Family Nurse Practitioner is a highly competitive program with high 
certification pass rates and excellent program outcomes. In addition to the MSN-Family Nurse 
Practitioner program, the School of Nursing now offers the MSN-Nurse Educator program which will 
aid in addressing the nurse education shortage.

The DNP program consistently produces high quality Advanced Practice Registered Nurses. All outcome 
assessment measures were met. One hundred percent of our graduate nursing students passed the 
National Certification exam. However, data for the Adult-Gerontology Acute Care program is not yet 

The Post-Graduate Psychiatric certification program allows previously licensed NPs to complete the 
requirements to become certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health NP with excellent certification 
pass rates. The first cohort of Post-Graduate Adult-Gerontology Acute Care NP certificate program 
will begin fall 2018.