Welcome to the School Of Nursing

The School of Nursing prepares nurses for roles in medical practice, administration, and nursing education. We offer educational programs leading to B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees, as well as professional certifications and licensure. Our classes and programs are designed to meet the needs and goals of our students at the various stages of their careers as nursing professionals through a variety of course delivery methods.

Programs of study


MASTER'S PROGRAMS/SPECIALTIES

Nursing Administration (Hybrid)

Nursing Educator (Hybrid)

Family Nurse Practitioner (Hybrid)

Global Health (Hybrid)

CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED GRADUATE STUDY (CAGS)

Nursing Administration (Hybrid)

Nursing Education (Hybrid)

DOCTORATE DEGREE

Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing (Hybrid)

 

Why nursing at endicott?


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Internships and clinical experiences

Advanced and state of the art nursing education technologies

Experienced faculty from many nursing specialties

Small class sizes and faculty to student ratio

Senior thesis to research area of interest in nursing practice

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Student Information Sheet

ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING

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Accredited by Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc., 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia, 30326.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing develops clinically competent nurses who are prepared to successfully complete the RN National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN).  The graduate of the baccalaureate program is prepared as a generalist to provide care to individuals, families and community groups, arriving at clinical judgments to promote and maintain health.

The Master of Science in Nursing provides registered nurses with the knowledge to advance their careers as global health nurses, nurse educators, nurse administrators or family nurse practitioners. Courses are designed to build from existing knowledge to more advanced knowledge in a selected area of concentration. The M.S. student achieves competencies in leadership, nursing, nursing theory, professional roles, and ethical, legal and cultural issues.  The program provides a foundation for doctoral studies.
 
The Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing develops nursing scholars, faculty, leaders, and researchers who can conduct research and provide leadership through scientific inquiry. The Ph.D. program prepares nurse scientists through an emphasis on the role of the scholar/researcher, theory development, multiple methods of research, and approaches to the development of new knowledge to enhance relationships between, the nurse and client and within nursing practice.

Contact Dr. Kelly Fisher @ (978) 232-2328 or e-mail kfisher@endicott.edu.

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Clinical Education Experience

Many nursing courses have a clinical component which allows students to apply what they are learning in class in a clinical setting on a weekly basis throughout the semester. In addition, students in the Bachelor program have opportunities to work independently with a nurse preceptor.

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Faculty & Staff

The Endicott College Nursing Faculty is highly qualified and experienced. In addition to being experienced educators, they have many years of experience in their clinical area of expertise. Their clinical expertise represents the major nursing specialty areas: medical-surgical, pediatrics, maternity, psychiatric mental health and community health nursing.

Meet the Faculty

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Nursing Lab

The Nursing Labs at Endicott College serve as a learning resource available to all nursing students, faculty, and staff. The labs provides a hands-on environment where students can learn, practice, and demonstrate nursing skills in a safe, supportive environment. The labs are designed to mirror the hospital environment.

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