Nursing - Traditional, BS
Challenge yourself and enjoy a strong competitive advantage in your career in nursing with our bachelor of science program. When you choose our traditional option (2.5-4 years of academic study) pre-licensure program, you’ll experience rigorous academic work and a carefully designed plan of study.
You will be mentored by a world renowned faculty, stellar in scholarly achievements, practice, and research. Our professors view nursing as a calling, not a career, and they are committed to reducing healthcare disparities, improving quality of life, and informing health policy.
You will also benefit immensely from clinical placements in Greater Boston’s finest health care institutions, such as Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Children’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Good Samaritan-Brockton, and the VA Medical Centers, among many others.
Dedication Education Units (DEU)
A nationally recognized innovation in clinical education for undergraduate nursing students.
Dedicated Education Units Program Wins Grant
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded a CNHS program $300,000 to conduct a study called “Evaluating Innovations In Nursing Education.”
Giving to UMass Boston
Strengthen the College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ teaching, learning, and research.