Why Study Nursing at Madonna University in Metro Detroit?

Metro Detroit is home to more than four million people, making it the second largest metropolitan area in the Midwest behind Chicago. The Detroit area offers accelerated nursing students the perfect combination of culture, business, outdoor activities, and entertainment. Most importantly, it offers a growing healthcare industry seeking qualified registered nurses who have BSNs.

Detroit, Michigan skyline

All of these factors have put metro Detroit among the top cities that attract job seekers. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Detroit is one of the top 10 geographical areas with the highest employment level of nurses. The state of Michigan as a whole is currently in a nursing shortage and looking to fill jobs with knowledgeable BSN-prepared nurses. So now is the perfect time to become a nurse in metro Detroit.

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Moving to the Motor City

If you need to relocate to enroll in our ABSN program, metro Detroit is the perfect place to call home. From a superior healthcare community to an incredible food and arts scene, you’ll love discovering all that the Detroit metro area offers.

Did you know?

  • National Geographic named Detroit one of the most surprising food destinations in the entire world.
  • Detroit is home to two of the top 25 museums in the U.S.: Greenfield Village and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
  • Detroit is home to the second largest theatre district in the U.S. behind only New York City.
  • The Detroit Zoo ranks among the top 25 best zoos in the country.
  • 17 Fortune 500 companies are based in metro Detroit.

Things to Do in Metro Detroit

Top museums, zoos, and an incredible food scene are only the beginning of what you can do in and around Detroit. When you need a break from your nursing studies, you’ll find Detroit is home to dozens of historic theaters, music venues and more than a dozen beautiful Metro parks covering more than 25,000 acres. While the city offers countless things for you to see and do, these attractions are the most popular among residents and tourists alike.

  • Detroit Riverfront
  • Belle Isle Park
  • Comerica Park
  • Greektown District
  • Fox Theater
  • Motown Museum
  • Campus Martius Park

Contact us to learn more about what it’s like to study nursing in the Detroit metro area.