In harmony with the mission statements of Western Michigan University and the College of Health and Human Services, the Bronson School of Nursing is dedicated to meeting the holistic care needs of diverse individuals, groups and communities at local, state, national and global levels, through teaching, scholarly inquiry and service with the community. The WMU Bronson School of Nursing is committed to educating professional nurses who provide competent, relationship-based care, actively participate in the development and application of research, and assume leadership roles in evolving health care contexts.
The Bronson School of Nursing offers a pre-licensure track and registered nurse track, both of which lead to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Our Master of Science in Nursing degree currently includes a "nurse educator" area of study.
We are committed to promoting high-quality, safe nursing practice while educating professional nurses who:
- Provide competent, holistic, relationship-based care.
- Assume leadership roles in evolving health care contexts.
- Actively participate in the application of research to nursing practice.
We are committed to teaching current and emerging nursing skills. As a student, you will benefit from the diverse clinical and research expertise of our faculty as they help you develop your own skills in management and research. Our high-tech classrooms and labs and low instructor to student ratios foster a learning environment that is both challenging and supportive.