By focusing on current and emerging knowledge, skills and practice, you'll become effective and competitive in the nursing field. You will be ready for today's nursing workplace thanks to many interprofessional learning activities with other disciplines in the College of Health and Human Services and with our classrooms and labs that feature the latest teaching technology.
Our programs are fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, and the school is one of only a few to receive endorsement from the American Holistic Nursing Certification Corporation. That assures that you'll receive a quality nursing education with a unique perspective on the whole patient here at WMU.
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Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Our BSN program features small class sizes, many clinical experiences and interprofessional learning with some of the other disciplines in the College of Health and Human Services, like physical therapists and occupational therapists. Learn beside the people you'll be working with after graduation.
RN to BSN Program
Being a nurse is already hard. Our online RN-BSN program is designed to make getting your BSN just a little bit easier for working nurses. Our flexible curriculum and online classes are just the beginning.
Master of Science in Nursing
The online MSN program at the Bronson School of Nursing is designed specifically for RNs who want to expand their knowledge and expertise. Our graduates are leaders in promoting health care in individuals and communities.
Liberty and justice for all
The AACN's Call for Liberty and Justice for All states that we "must rally against pervasive inequities in society and move forward with empathy, inclusiveness, and collective action."
We at the Bronson School of Nursing are committed to fighting racial injustice. We have failed to stand up and stand with our students of color, and we are committed to the fight against systemic racism. We are taking initiatives to better our understanding and recognize where we have ignored our call to collective action. We will actively pursue change within ourselves, our department and our community by being open to and learning from our students and communities of color. We will not stop until we have created a safe environment for our students, free of pervasive inequities.