School of Nursing
Located in Boston's renowned Longwood Medical Area, the School of Nursing provides rigorous academic preparation and exceptional clinical experiences and research opportunities.
Preparing the future leaders of healthcare.
Our programs are perfect for undergraduate students and licensed nurses wishing to pursue an advanced degree. Our reach extends across the country through the innovative, online [email protected] program.
You'll participate in classes brought to life by dedicated professors who also practice as nurses. Our students are socially responsive and understand that each patient is unique. You'll cultivate the practices and procedures required to care for others and save lives.
We have close relationships with teaching hospitals and research facilities — like Brigham and Women's Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Children's Hospital Boston and Massachusetts General Hospital. You'll participate in clinical rotations, attend talks and pursue research and employment opportunities with leading experts in the industry.
With our carefully designed acute care curriculum, state-of-the-art simulation labs, and clinical education program, our students graduate ready to administer skillful and compassionate care.
Our strengths include nationally acclaimed faculty, alumnae/i who are recognized leaders in their fields, and an ideal Boston location in the Longwood Medical Area.About the School of Nursing
The School of Nursing has been educating health care providers for over a century. You'll graduate with a network of alumnae/i who are committed to helping you succeed.Alumnae/i
School of Nursing News
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Dean of the College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Sciences, Lepaine Sharp-McHenry, gives a firsthand account of participating in the congressional briefing on Capitol Hill.
One of the most invaluable lessons I took home with me was finding true joy. Despite all the hardship, there was a beautiful and radiant JOY that was so present in the Malawians. Though poverty is a reality in many of the women's lives, they were generous and so rich in joy.
We caught up with nursing student, Katie Lawson '20 about attending the National Student Nurses Association Convention.