LIVONIA, Mich. – Madonna University’s College of Nursing and Health has recently made significant changes to its Graduate Nursing programs. New degrees and certificates have been added in response to real-world demands, and credit requirements for other degrees have been reduced, which decreases the time it takes for students to earn those degrees.
New program offerings include:
Revised program offerings include:
Programs now offered 100 percent online include:
Interested students can learn more about graduate nursing programs on the Graduate Nursing page. All Graduate School inquiries, including those for Graduate Nursing programs, can be directed to the Office of Graduate Admissions at email@example.com or 734-432-5763. Winter classes begin January 6, 2020.
In addition, Madonna University hosts a Graduate School Open House Thursday, Nov. 7, 5-7 p.m., for potential graduate students to learn about Graduate Nursing and other programs. More information about the open house can be found at the Graduate School Open House page.
About the Graduate School: With more than 30 graduate degree programs and 20 certificate programs offered through five colleges, the Graduate School at Madonna University provides an array of academic programs to assist students in advancing their careers, expanding their skill sets, or changing career directions. Madonna’s graduate programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and additionally, many are accredited by professional organizations.
About Madonna University: Liberal arts education, career preparation and service-learning have been the hallmarks of a Madonna University education for more than 80 years. In addition to the beautiful main campus, conveniently located at I-96 and Levan Road in Livonia, Madonna offers academic programs in Gaylord, Macomb, and online in China, Haiti and the United Arab Emirates. Michigan’s most affordable, independent, Catholic, liberal arts university, Madonna offers more than 100 undergraduate and 35 graduate programs in the colleges of arts and humanities, natural and social sciences, education, and nursing and health, as well as the School of Business.