Are you a natural caregiver? Do you want to pursue a career where you can make a difference each and every day? If you are ready to become an essential member of the healthcare team, training to become a nurse may be a good path for you to pursue. Before you begin your new career, you’ll need to research nursing programs in Michigan to find the one that best aligns with your goals. It is also important to know about nursing school requirements for prospective students. Nursing schools in Michigan strive to assist students in achieving their goals by providing quality training and education. Nursing school classes are thoughtfully developed to expose students to the topics and skills needed for success. At Dorsey College, we are committed to providing exceptional training for our students as they prepare for their newly chosen career in nursing.
Nursing Programs in Michigan at Dorsey College
Dorsey College offers two nursing programs in Michigan to choose from that can help you begin your journey. When you enroll in one of the Dorsey College nursing programs in Michigan, you have the opportunity to obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a rewarding career in healthcare.
With hands-on training from Dorsey College, you can begin preparing for your new nursing career. Learn more below about our nursing programs in Michigan and contact us today to learn more and to speak with an Admissions Representative!
The Practical Nurse program aims to prepare students for a career as a practical nurse. Graduates of the Practical Nurse program who have successfully met all of the program’s requirements will be eligible to challenge the NCLEX-PN Exam. The curriculum in the Practical Nurse program is designed to challenge students to solve problems, develop critical thinking skills, and to understand legal, ethical, moral and cultural issues of today’s healthcare communities. Practical nurses work under the direction of physicians or registered nurses to provide patient care, assist with patient education, manage team nursing patient care delivery, and supervise unlicensed assistive personnel. Dorsey College has determined that its Practical Nurse program curriculum is sufficient to fulfill educational requirements for licensure in the State of Michigan only. No educational determinations have been made for any other state, district, or US territory in regards to nursing licensure requirements.
For more information, please visit the Practical Nurse program page, or call us at 1-888-422-1188 to learn more!
For those who may be seeking associate nursing programs, Dorsey College offers an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program. This program is designed to help students prepare to pursue a career as a Registered Nurse. Graduates of this program who have successfully met all requirements will be eligible to challenge the NCLEX-RN®. The Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program at Dorsey College is designed to prepare graduates to lead efforts in advocacy, health promotions, and quality changes within the health care system, increasing the health and safety of the growing diverse population, while adhering to the rules and regulations that governs the practice of professional Registered Nurses. Dorsey College has determined that its Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program curriculum is sufficient to fulfill educational requirements for licensure in the State of Michigan only. No educational determinations have been made for any other state, district, or US territory in regards to nursing licensure requirements.
For more information, please visit the Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program page, or call us at 1-888-422-1188 to learn more!