UMass Worcester practice-focused graduates manage care as a member of an interprofessional team providing preventive and population-based health care in institutions and communities. As advanced practice nurses, they provide clinical leadership within the context of social, economic, political, legal, cultural and ethical forces that affect health care delivery, health policy and professional nursing practice. Doctorally-prepared nurse graduates contribute to the scholarly advancement of the nursing profession through education, research and clinical practice. Graduates embrace life-long learning through participation and leadership in professional development.
Graduate Entry Pathway is an alternate pathway into the Doctor of Nursing Practice, and PhD in Nursing programs for applicants who have a bachelor’s degree in a field other than nursing, who are not registered nurses. Track options include Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) NP tracks, or a PhD in Nursing. Read more
Master's Program include Nurse Educator option and a Post Graduate certificate program. Read more
DNP Program is a practice-focused doctorate that includesb bachelor’s, master’s and post master’s pathways. Read more
PhD Program promotes mentorship in research and scholarship among its faculty and students for the advancement of nursing science and practice. Read more
GSN Transition Plan to Doctorate of Nursing Practice. Read more