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Oakland University
Oakland University's School of Nursing is committed to offering excellent undergraduate and graduate nursing programs designed to prepare students to take their places as sought-after healthcare professionals. The School offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), and RN/BSN degree completion sequence and a Master of Science in Nursing. The quality of the programs is evident from the School's superior ranking on NCLEX pass-rates and from the 100% pass rate on Certification Exams taken by our Master's students. The BSN program offers full and part time plans of study; the RN/BSN degree completion sequence offers all nursing courses on-line for the student's convenience; the Master's program offers three of the four advanced practice nursing specialties: Family Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Nurse Specialist - Adult Health, and Nurse Anesthetist. 

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University of Detroit Mercy
The McAuley School of Nursing is committed to graduating culturally competent, caring nursing practitioners able to meet society's evolving health care needs. It seeks to educate students able to provide contemporary clinical care, assume advocacy roles, make critical decisions within an ethical framework, communicate effectively, utilize leadership and management skills, and value the rights, worth, and spirituality of others. 

The University of Detroit Mercy Physician Assistant Program is dedicated to the education of clinically competent medical professionals thoroughly prepared to deliver quality patient care in the context of a dynamic health care delivery system.

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University of Michigan
The University of Michigan School of Nursing participates in the GDAPFT mission to prepare primary care providers for clinical practice in underserved areas. One result of this partnership is a Web-based Nurse-Midwifery Program. The University of Michigan offers a fully accredited NMW curriculum that is now available in a Web-based option to facilitate the distance learning for individuals interested in specializing in midwifery, women's health, and newborn health. The program uses a blended format that combines on-campus, on-line, and clinical practice experiences in specific courses. Currently, selected Family Nurse Practitioner courses are also available in a Web-based format. 

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Wayne State University
WSU is a comprehensive university. There are 15 colleges and schools. We offer 355 major subject areas, 128 bachelor, 136 master, and 61 different doctoral degrees plus 30 different certificate, specialist and professional programs. There are nearly 200,000 alumni of Wayne State, many of whom have assumed leadership positions in the communities of southeastern Michigan. Many successful doctors and health care professionals, lawyers, engineers, educators, business executives and managers, civic leaders, and community members obtained their education at WSU. 

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