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Welcome to the Curry College School of Nursing. Our program began in 1977 when Boston Children's Hospital School of Nursing elected to phase out their diploma school and merge their resources with the Curry community to create a baccalaureate program. As the first Nursing program in the State of Massachusetts to be accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, we pride ourselves on delivering a rigorous, world- class, educational experience that prepares graduates to provide the highest quality of nursing care. As a School of Nursing within a liberal arts college, our faculty are uniquely dedicated to helping students learn to apply knowledge, humanely, intelligently, and effectively in our complex changing world. Our vision is that graduates will ultimately transform into leaders who will use evidence-based knowledge to practice nursing with creativity, compassion, and commitment.
Students at Curry College School of Nursing are immersed in a caring and innovative educational environment designed to promote transformative thinking, intellectual and social growth, evaluation of evidence, synthesis of knowledge, and interpersonal and clinical expertise. Our curriculum is founded on the national Quality and Safety in Nursing Education (QSEN) core competencies. Curry College's location in the Boston metropolitan area creates the perfect opportunity for students to experience dynamic, hands-on learning at some of the best medical facilities in the world.
Our faculty members are nationally and internationally recognized for their scholarship, leadership, and scientific achievements - all of which continue to shape the nursing profession. Our academic offerings include a Master of Science in Nursing program with majors in Leadership and Education, a certificate program in perioperative nursing, and three pathways to obtain a baccalaureate degree: traditional, ACCEL, and RN-BS. Whether you are pre-licensure student, a registered nurse looking to advance your education, we hope that you will consider Curry College School of Nursing the first choice for your professional journey.
The mission of the School of Nursing is to prepare and advance the practice of nursing to provide safe and effective nursing care that achieves quality outcomes. The faculty educates nurses who gain and apply knowledge humanely, intelligently, and effectively in a complex changing world and who demonstrate continued involvement in learning, study, and research. To achieve this mission, the School of Nursing provides a caring and innovative educational environment that promotes intellectual and social growth, synthesis of knowledge, and interpersonal and clinical expertise.
The vision of the School of Nursing is to develop leaders who use evidence-based knowledge to practice nursing with compassion, commitment, and creativity.
Curry College, founded in Boston in 1879, is a private, liberal arts-based institution located in Milton, Massachusetts, seven miles from downtown Boston. The College also provides programs to a non-traditional population on the Plymouth campus.
Curry College's nursing program began in 1977 as when Boston's Children's Hospital decided to phase out the hospital's diploma program. The educational excellence of Boston Children's Hospital School of Nursing continued as their students merged with the Curry community and a newly admitted first year nursing class to become the Curry College Division of Nursing. The program was originally constructed as an associate degree program in Nursing with a registered nurse completion program. Curry College continues to offer a robust RN to Bachelor of Science Degree track: however, the associate degree was soon phased out in favor of a traditional a four-year baccalaureate Nursing Program.
The Nursing programs prides itself on its leadership and history of accomplishments in Nursing education:
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing and master's degree program in nursing at Curry College are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.
Pre-licensure Tracks, traditional and ACCEL are approved by the Board of Registration in Nursing (BORN) of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 239 Causeway St., Suite 500, 5th Floor, Boston, MA 02114, 800-414-0168.
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