Programming that Helps Students Reach their Goal of Becoming a NurseThe College of Nursing has several programs to help you become a BSN-prepared nurse while experiencing unique educational opportunities.
The ACCESS program provides financial and educational support to motivated high school students who are admitted to MSU as a pre-nursing student.
Certificate in College Teaching Program
For graduate students currently enrolled in the College of Nursing doctoral program, the CCTP (Certificate in College Teaching Program) works towards providing participants with exemplary learning experiences, such as mentored teaching and simulation in faculty roles, to prepare individuals for an academic career.
Nurse Scholar Program
The Nurse Scholars Program gives high-achieving high school students the opportunity to earn conditional admission into the College straight out of high school.
RN to BSN Partnership Program
A competitive transfer program from partnered community colleges across the state to MSU's College of Nursing, after the successful completion of an associate’s degree and the NCLEX-RN exam.
Study Abroad provides students a chance to grow professionally while learning about other people, places and cultures, and broadens their education and perspective on the world.
Undergraduate Research Program
Since Michigan State is a research facility, the university encourages its students to participate in research. The College of Nursing has extended efforts for undergraduate students to participate in nursing research through opportunities within the classroom and mentoring experiences.