CE Requirements for Nurses in Michigan

Requirements specific to Nurses in Michigan

Required Courses: 4

  • Michigan nurses are required to complete 25 hours of CE to renew a license
  • At least 2 hours must be related to Pain and Symptom Management
  • There is a one-time requirement to complete training on Human Trafficking, but this does not count towards the 25 hours required for renewal

No more than 12 credit hours can be earned during a 24-hour period


Nursing CE Courses for Nurses in Michigan

Complete these courses towards your Michigan nursing CE requirements.

Over 500 hours of CE for one low price
Pain Management Nursing CE Course Part 1: The Pathophysiology and Classification of Pain (All Users)

1.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Required Start Course
Pain Management Nursing CE Course for RNs/LPNs Part 2: The Non-Opioid Management of Pain

1.5 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Required Start Course
Pain Management Nursing CE Course for RNs/LPNs Part 3: Opioid Administration and Monitoring

2.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Required Start Course
Human Trafficking

2.5 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Required Start Course
Next Generation NCLEX Nursing CE Course

1.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Cystic Fibrosis for APRNs Nursing CE Course

4.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Endocrine and Hormonal Disorders for RNs and LPNs Part 4: Adrenal Gland Disorders Nursing CE Course

1.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Pain Management Nursing CE Course for RNs/LPNs Part 3: Opioid Administration and Monitoring

2.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Workers Compensation Nursing CE Course

1.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Interdisciplinary Wound Care Nursing CE Course

5.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course

*Each professional is accountable for understanding his or her accrediting/licensing body’s standards and requirements. While we try to routinely update information on this page, we are not responsible for its accuracy and information is subject to change without notice.

You can learn more at Michigan's Board of Nursing Website