“I know many Curry nurses in the city of Boston; many have gone onto leadership positions in the field. The instructors are very knowledgeable, very prepared and clearly, high quality instructors.”
Barbara Healey, '11
Major: Master of Science in Nursing
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A Long Tradition of Quality Nursing Education
Curry College has been educating nurses for over 30 years. Our clinical affiliations include major Boston teaching institutions and community agencies, validating our sterling reputation for providing quality nursing programs.
The master's degree in nursing at Curry College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
CHOOSE Your Focus
Curry College's MSN program prepares RNs for careers as nurse educators and nurse leaders. Pursuing an MSN takes dedication, but it can have a huge impact on your nursing success in the form of new opportunities, from higher pay to greater responsibilities.
Cohort Format, One Day a Week
Classes are held once a week, during the day. You'll be part of a cohort, which means that you'll study with the same group of professional nurses. Cohort learning groups have proven to be very effective for adult learners; they create a community of professionals who can study together, provide support, discuss common on-the-job problems, and offer networking opportunities.
Greater Emphasis on APPLIED Practice - More Hands-On Experience
MSN students have opportunities to apply the skills acquired in the course work. In the Capstone course, students collaborate with faculty on a focused scholarly project. In the Practicum, students gain real-world experience through mentored teaching or clinical immersion.
Who Should Apply?
The MSN Program is designed for you if you:
- Are a registered nurse with an unrestricted Massachusetts RN license
- Have a bachelor's degree in any field
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Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies
Milton Campus: 617-333-2243
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Judy Dynan '11 discusses the advantages of the MSN Program cohort model.
Barbara Healey '11 discusses her experience in the Curry Master of Science in Nursing Program