Eastern Michigan University offers an accelerated nursing program from its acclaimed School of Nursing, which just turned 40 this year. At Eastern Michigan University’s School of Nursing, they believe that nurses should be equipped with knowing how to care for all human beings and treat them with dignity and respect. The nursing program includes hands-on experience from accomplished professionals.
About the Eastern Michigan University Accelerated Nursing Program
The Eastern Michigan University accelerated nursing program requires 124 credit hours which are needed for graduation. Incoming freshmen students will complete 8 entry level courses in the arts and sciences and must achieve a “C” or better in all courses and have a 3.0 GPA cumulative before applying to the School of Nursing.
For the remaining three years, students will study subjects such as pediatrics, mental health, community health nursing, adult health, obstetrics and gynecology. Courses specific to your major will include clinical practice in a health care setting such as a nursing home, hospital, ambulatory facility or community agency.
The School of Nursing and the Eastern Michigan University accelerated nursing program recently underwent a thorough reaccreditation process by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and has been fully reaccredited until 2022.
The Eastern Michigan University Accelerated Nursing Program: Where You’ll Study
Nursing classes are offered on campus in the Marshall Building, which may very well function as your home-away-from home. The Marshall Building was built in 2000 and is Eastern Michigan University’s first entirely eco-friendly building.
It is equipped with a snack bar, spacious computer lab, four modern laboratories and 10 “smart” electronic classrooms. The interior of the Marshall Building is adorned with over 90 pieces of art from Eastern Michigan students, alumni and local artists. The Marshall Building’s eco-friendly design and furnishings made from recycled materials echo the School of Nursing’s value for and preservation of life.
Eastern Michigan University Accelerated Nursing Program
311 Everett Marshall Building
Ypsilanti, MI 48197