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Nursing, Health, and Sciences

Made for You.

Curry’s majors that span science and healthcare are designed to help you harness your interest in the sciences, and gain the knowledge and experience you need to succeed in a highly competitive, rapidly evolving workforce. You will gain integrated knowledge and marketable skills to develop your career path, whether you want to become a nurse, a biologist, or a forensic scientist.

Students and faculty in a classroom in the Curry College Learning Commons

The Learning Commons

The Learning Commons and Science and Research Center was designed to support the success of every student at Curry. It provides a space and tools that facilitate the College’s approach to teaching and learning, mentoring and empowering students to help them achieve their ambitions. This powerful new feature of the Curry campus is an embodiment of the College’s mission and strategic vision for the future.

Explore Nursing, Health, and Sciences Majors:

Ismae Bailey ’21 to become newest Death Detective in Las Vegas

Ismae Bailey, a senior with a double major in Forensic Science and Biology, has worked diligently to achieve her dream of becoming a forensic pathologist. Between a full schedule of academics, student government, and community service work, Ismae returns home to Las Vegas every summer and winter break to shadow the Coroner at the Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Ismae Bailey ’21

Nursing, Health and Sciences Highlights:

Dr. Nate Lanning and students at Houghton's Pond

Dr. Nate Lanning Uses Hands-on Learning, and Curry’s Campus, to Teach Students about Biodiversity

How does human influence impact local tree species? Led by Dr. Nate Lanning, an associate lecturer in Curry’s Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, students studying environmental science set out to answer that question.
Brittany Bailey Out in the Science Research Field

Brittany Bailey ’23 Jumps into New Role as Medical Examiner Assistant with Confidence and Passion

Just four months after graduating with a Forensic Science degree and a double minor in Chemistry and Criminal Justice, Brittany Bailey ’23 is crushing her career goals as a Medical Examiner Assistant for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Boston.
School of Nursing Students Pose in Front of Eiffel Tower

School of Nursing Students Explore French Healthcare System and Culture During Faculty-Led Trip Abroad

A group of students from the Curry College School of Nursing recently returned from a faculty-led trip to Ambialet, France for the Health Policy and Finance course.
Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Alumna and Professor Present Forensics Research at International Conference in Baltimore

Curry College Forensic Science program graduate Jacalyn LaLond '23 and Professor Jim Jabbour recently presented research at the 2023 International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts (IABPA) annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
School of Nursing Students Using Hands-On Practice in Simulation Lab

School of Nursing Simulation Program Awarded International Endorsement

The Curry College School of Nursing recently received the International Nursing Association Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Endorsement for its simulation program, which includes recognition of both its Milton and Plymouth Simulation sites.
Student collects data in wooded campus for Field Ecology lab

Wooded Acres and Protected Campus Wetlands Provide Students with Ideal Research Environment

For the past several years, a variety of faculty-led science research projects have taken place on the rich grounds of our Milton Campus, giving students hands-on experience and publishing opportunities that are unique to our College. And in hypercompetitive fields, our students are getting a leg up on the competition.
Forensic Science students huddled together working on cold cases

Forensic Science Students Working to Solve Real Life Cold Cases

Curry College’s Forensic Science Program and Training Center is teaming up with the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute based in Georgia. The nonprofit institute works with experts and college programs to help them assist families and law enforcement with unsolved homicides, missing persons, and kidnapping cases.
Students pose with Lisbon, Portugal city in the background

Students Gain Valuable Global Experience in Faculty-Led Trip to Portugal

For the first time since 2019, Curry College launched its faculty-led travel course to Lisbon, Portugal over spring break. The Public Health course, led by Associate Professor of Public Health and Wellness Dr. Melissa Weinstein, included 14 Curry students representing a mix of Public Health, Nursing, and Biochemistry majors.
Collage of Women in STEM area studies at Curry College

Celebrating Women in STEM at Curry College

Friday, February 11th marks International Day of Women and Girls in STEM - a day of encouragement, empowerment, and respect for women and young girls pursuing their passions in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We honor the significant achievements of women in STEM at Curry College, both faculty and students, who have paved the way for future generations.

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