The goal of the undergraduate program in nursing at UMass Lowell is to prepare professional nurses who have the ability to think critically, to utilize knowledge of relevant theories, and to apply the nursing process when caring for clients of all ages in a variety of settings. More than 250 clinical agencies are used to enhance learning for graduate and undergraduate students.
Student-to-faculty ratios for undergraduate clinical placement do not exceed 10:1 (per Board of Registration in Nursing requirements).
Program Director: Laurie Soroken, Laurie_Soroken@uml.edu
Want to know what classes to take and when? See Nursing in the Academic Catalog:
Even though Erneston Maurissaint '16 passed the state’s nursing board exam on his first try, his road to success was not an easy one.
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