UMass Lowell offers 20 doctoral degree programs all accredited at the highest possible level
Gerontological Nursing, Long Term Care, Nursing Administration, Nursing Education
Gerontological Nursing, Leadership, Interprofessional Education, Program Development
Family Practice, Medical-surgical Nursing, Hemodialysis, Wound Care, Infection Control
Social Gerontology, Gerontological Nursing
Social Support, Care Giving, and Mental Health of Older Adults, Quality of Life of Refugee/Immigrant Population
Advanced Practice Nursing, Care of Children and Families, Adolescent Medicine, Health Disparities, Nursing Education, Curriculum Development and Evaluation
Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Specialist, Mood and Psychotic Disorders, Nursing Workforce Diversity
Reproductive Health, Pediatrics, & Program Evaluation
Oncology; Palliative Care, Pain Management, Education with Standardized Patients/Low Fidelity Simulation, New Graduate Nurse Residency Program Development, Leadership Development for Nurse Managers and Directors.
ANCC Board Certified Adult Nurse Practitioner, Orthopedic Spine, Long Term Care and Physical Rehabilitation, Graduate Nursing Education.
Women's Health Nursing
Adult/Pediatrics Critical Care and Trauma
Teaching Undergraduate and Graduate Students to Design and Lead Therapeutic Groups, Mental Health Care Promotion
Health Policy, Population Health, Women’s Health Across the Life Span, Health-care Workforce, Program Evaluation, Advanced Practice Nursing
Cardiovascular / Cardiothoracic Nursing
School Health, Nursing Leadership, Seamless Education in Nursing
Health Promotion Across the Lifespan
Adult Health, Medical Surgical Nursing
Clinical Expertise in the Areas of: Nursing Administration, Critical Care, Medical/Surgical and Maternity Nursing.
Occupational Health, Shift Work and Sleep Health, Health-care Workforce