As a student in the undergraduate program in nursing at UMass Lowell, you'll learn how to think critically and apply the nursing process when caring for clients of all ages in a variety of settings. You'll gain valuable real-world experience due to our collaborative relationships with more than 250 clinical agencies and opportunities to practice with students from other health science disciplines (Interprofessional Education).
Program Director: Laurie Soroken, email: Laurie_Soroken@uml.edu.
The UMass Lowell Nursing BS program prepares you to:
The clinical aspects of the nursing program are developed, coordinated and supervised by the nursing faculty and are provided in collaboration with members of our community agencies. Student clinical placements may include:
Want to know what classes to take and when? See Nursing in the Academic Catalog:
Three bus rides, a different language and a challenging curriculum were not roadblocks for Isaura Jimenez on her path to a nursing degree. She saw them as challenges to be met.
Carly Tiches's desire to help and care for others began when she started coaching children in gymnastics. She realized that she enjoyed giving first aid and caring for injuries. Now she is turning that passion into a career.
Miranda Melo feels well prepared for her nursing career. Her past clinical rotations included working at Lowell General Hospital, Winchester Hospital, Holy Family Hospital and the Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of New England.
Nancy Pin is on her way to becoming a family nurse practitioner so she can help the community.
The Solomont School of Nursing offers many opportunities for research in health promotion, women's health and more.
Our nursing students gain experience and confidence in our high tech simulation laboratory. Watch the Simulation Lab video or visit:
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