Online MSN at the U-M School of Nursing

A new path to a world-class nursing education

Gain the knowledge and training you need to succeed as a skilled practitioner or executive leader. With three online MSN programs — delivered by expert faculty in an engaging online format — a top-ranked education from the University of Michigan School of Nursing is more accessible than ever.

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Rigorous digital education curricula designed by nurses, for nurses.

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Cutting-edge technology, interactive experiences and self-guided learning modules.

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Flexible courses that adapt to your schedule.

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A virtual community that connects you with faculty, fellow students and U-M services.

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Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner

Care for patients of all ages and backgrounds, engaging in health promotion and disease prevention in a variety of settings.

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Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Provide primary care management for adolescents and adults through careers in community-based settings, subspecialty clinics and more.

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Leadership, Analytics and Innovation

Move from a clinically focused career to an executive leadership role using data-driven approaches to drive organizational change.

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The University of Michigan is one of the few universities that finds clinical placements for its nursing students.

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Making Michigan your choice

When you become a U-M School of Nursing student, you experience the benefits of a world-leading institution combined with the individualized instruction and opportunities offered in a small program cohort. Your education will set you apart as a highly trained practitioner and leader with the distinct skills and diverse perspectives needed to move the field forward.


  • Learn from faculty who are active practitioners and internationally recognized leaders in their fields.
  • Capitalize on U-M’s close connections to leading health care organizations.
  • Gain interdisciplinary experience working with students and faculty from other disciplines.
  • Explore global opportunities through the School of Nursing’s role as a WHO Collaborating Center.

“The person who earns their master’s in residence and the person who earns it digitally will have the same quality experience, with the same access to our talented faculty and the same connection to the larger university community.”

— Dean Patricia Hurn, Ph.D., RN, FAAN

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