U.S. News and World Report has ranked UMass Boston's graduate program in nursing No. 41 in the country.
Massachusetts Department of Higher Education awarded co- investigators Dean Anahid Kulwicki and Diane Shea PhD, RN $49,576 to develop and implement a model addressing an Academic-Practice Partnerships encouraging incumbent nurses to advance their education inclusive of increasing diversity workforce, addressing social, cultural, racial, gender, and disability. We are pleased to continue our work with Good Samaritan Medical Center of Brockton, our practice collaborating partner.
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is becoming New England’s expert in health disparities, health policy, exercise sciences, and oncology care. A leader in combining education innovation with clinical practice, the college is engaged in collaborative partnerships with more than 200 health care and fitness organizations through which students can pursue internships and gain clinical/practical as well as research experiences. Serving a remarkably diverse student body through its undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral programs, the college is achieving its vision of educating knowledgeable providers of skilled nursing care, building awareness of the benefits of exercise and fitness, analyzing and informing health policy, and increasing the health and fitness of diverse urban populations.
In 2015, U.S. News and World Report ranked UMass Boston's graduate program in nursing No. 41 in the country.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked UMass Boston’s graduate program in nursing No. 41 in the country. Read More
Discover the learning objectives and policies of UMass Boston's nursing programs:
Discover the learning objectives and policies of UMass Boston's exercise and health sciences programs:
Strengthen the College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ teaching, learning, and research with a gift to the UMass Boston Fund.