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School of Nursing

Why Nursing at Endicott?

  • Diverse internships and clinical experiences with more than 70 clinical affiliates of all types in Boston and beyond
  • Advanced and state-of-the-art nursing education technologies
  • Experienced faculty from many nursing specialties
  • Small class sizes and favorable faculty-to-student ratio
  • Senior Thesis to research an area of interest in nursing practice
  • Study abroad opportunities
  • Endicott undergraduate nursing students can transition seamlessly into the time- and cost-saving Fifth Year master’s program.
  • Four master’s degree options: Family Nurse Practitioner, Global Health Nursing, Nursing Educator, and Nursing Administration; three post-master’s certificates: Family Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Educator, and Nursing Administrator; and a Ph.D. in Nursing.
Student working in a storage room at a hospital

About Nursing

A wide variety of full- and part-time work opportunities are available to registered nurses in settings ranging from in-patient, high-acuity facilities to clinics, schools, offices, health agencies, and federal and state regulatory departments. Endicott prepares registered nurses for positions in a wide range of clinical areas, and our affiliations include more than 70 Boston and local tertiary hospitals, community hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals, and community-based care settings.

With current predictions of a crucial nursing shortage, employment options for registered nurses will continue to grow faster than all other occupations combined.

The Endicott College Nursing Program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN) and Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing (BORN).


Specialized educational facilities provide ample opportunities for hands-on learning.

Students participate in lab simulations and practice nursing skills and procedures in a simulated hospital setting long before entering a hospital. Spending time in our nursing simulation labs is a key part of our program and prepares you to be an active participant in a live clinical setting.
Student overseeing a faculty member working in the simulator lab

The DAISY Foundation

The School of Nursing is proud to partner with The DAISY Foundation, which was started by the family of Patrick Barnes to thank nurses for the gifts they give patients and families every day. DAISY stands for diseases attacking the immune system, which Patrick had. The DAISY award recognizes nurses for the education, training, brainpower, and skill they put into their work, and for their commitment to caring. The School of Nursing will award one faculty member and one student an award each year.
The Daisy Award