Our Partnerships, Your Connections

We have partnerships with premier healthcare facilities, laboratories, clinics, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and health science industry partners throughout the region. These connections provide our students with meaningful work experiences to gain the skills, confidence and connections that are essential to starting successful careers.

In addition to practicums and clinicials, there are many other ways for students to leverage their course work to prepare for careers in health sciences.

For information on university-wide opportunities, visit Career Connected Work & Experiential Learning.

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Clinical & Practicum Experiences

  • Interprofessional Education (IPE)
  • IPE Case Competition
  • Required Clinical/Practicum experiences:
    • Medical Laboratory Science
    • Nursing (undergraduate, graduate)
    • Public Health (undergraduate, graduate)
    • Exercise Science, clinical track (undergraduate)
    • Physical Therapy (graduate)
    • Registered Dietitian (graduate)
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Research Experiences


Service Learning & Interprofessional Education

  • PUBH.3060 Community Health Assessment course (Public Health)
  • HSCI.4100 Interprofessional Approaches to Community Health course (Intercollegiate)
  • NURS.4150 Community Health Project course (Nursing)
  • Age-Friendly Initiative
  • ROTC Project

Entrepreneurship & Creative Endeavors

Public health student at UMass Lowell checks the heart sounds of a child

Global Engagement