What Sets UM-Flint's Nursing (MSN) Program Apart?
The Master of Science in Nursing program at UM-Flint prepares you to become a highly qualified nurse practitioner prepared to provide exceptional primary healthcare as well as educate and lead other nursing professionals.
A convenient FORMAT
The MSN offers an online format with minimal campus visits (3-6/year). Students have the option to pursue the MSN on a full-time (two years to complete) or part-time (three years) basis to complete a concentration as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
INTEGRATED CLINICAL EXPERIENCES
In-depth online courses are integrated to provide valuable hands-on learning so the student becomes part of the real-world healthcare team. You’ll complete your local clinical practicums under the close supervision and mentorship of experienced professionals who inspire as well as impart knowledge.
MSN faculty members are actively involved in a wide range of relevant research projects and encourage MSN students to participate in research. You’ll have the opportunity to pursue your specific research interests while helping improve healthcare services to patients from diverse communities, cultures, and backgrounds.
Learn from professional clinicians at the forefront of their fields. Our faculty experts remain available to support, mentor, and guide you toward your professional goals throughout the program’s completion and beyond.
PATH TO DNP
The MSN program provides an excellent foundation for students who wish to complete a Doctor of Nursing Practice. Open to masters-level registered nurses who are Certified Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Midwives, Clinical Nurse Specialists, or Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, UM-Flint’s DNP program further develops your in-demand leadership skills while providing you with a terminal degree in nursing.
Admission for RNs is possible. Please contact Graduate Advisor, Julie Westenfeld for details.
ALTERNATE PATHWAY TO MSn
The MSN program at UM-Flint also offers an alternate admission path for practicing registered nurses that may or may not have a related bachelor's degree:
As part of the world-renowned University of Michigan community, you’ll also have access to the full academic and research resources at the Dearborn and Ann Arbor campuses.
- 95-100% first-time Nurse Practitioner Certification Exam pass rate for past three years.
The baccalaureate, master’s, and DNP programs at University of Michigan – Flint are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.