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The key missions of the Graduate School of Nursing are to take up pioneering challenges that promote innovative nursing research and create advanced educational programs in order to become a core institution for fostering educators and researchers in the rapidly expanding field of nursing and health science. To achieve these missions, we have implemented a 10-year strategic plan starting in 2015 for developing the new curricula to enhance capabilities of conducting research, multidisciplinary collaboration, and global communication. To our future students, we are committed to supporting your efforts to expand your knowledge and expertise in the field of nursing with dedication and passion while leveraging the resources of the Graduate School of Nursing, and to enhance your problem-solving abilities to pioneer new developments in the field of nursing. We look forward to growing and learning with you.
As a major urban research university, the U of M enrolls roughly 4,000 graduate students in more than 120 degree programs, many of which are ranked among the best in the nation. Master's degree programs are offered in 53 areas through seven colleges and four schools. The Doctor of Philosophy degree is offered in 20 areas through five colleges and three schools. The degrees of Doctor of Audiology, Doctor of Education, and Doctor of Musical Arts are awarded through two colleges and one school. Education Specialist and Juris Doctor (Law) degrees are also offered.