MCPHS Nursing Student

School of Nursing

The Science of Caring and Connection.

The profession’s top educators. The most advanced simulation technology. The qualifications most sought by the world’s finest healthcare institutions. All combine to make MCPHS an ideal launching pad for dozens of rewarding career opportunities

Working to Advance Healthcare Delivery

The world is in critical need of highly skilled nurses. The COVID-19 pandemic has only underscored that urgency. At Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS), the role of the School of Nursing is to create educational experiences and interprofessional collaborations that will give our students, alumni, faculty, and partners greater ability to improve the health of our communities. At the same time, we are committed to doing our part to correct the inequities of healthcare delivery.

Leading-Edge Nursing at MCPHS

Nursing at MCPHS is an integrated discipline that immerses students in the medical, technical, and human elements of healthcare. College Factual ranked us among the top 10 percent of nursing programs nationwide because our students, faculty, and alumni, are making a major impact in healthcare organizations around the globe.

Stats and Facts

MCPHS adds up to be a strategic choice for a career in nursing.

Top 10%

of nursing programs in the U.S.

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Best Healthcare Jobs 2022

Nurse practitioner ranked first “Best Healthcare Jobs 2022” (U.S. News and World Report)


student:faculty ratio

MCPHS School of Nursing student:faculty ratio

News and Features

Keep up with the latest news from the School of Nursing at MCPHS.

Inside the MCPHS Nursing Experience

Hear from our students and faculty about the benefits of our integrative, interprofessional, patient-centered approach to nursing. 
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The Daisy Award

MCPHS School of Nursing is a proud partner of The Daisy Foundation, a global organization that recognizes outstanding nursing students and faculty with The Daisy Award.
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