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Nursing Programs OfferedAccelerated MSN Programs
DNP Programs (Doctor of Nursing Practice)
RN to MSN Programs
ADN Program Details
The Lawrence Memorial/Regis College Collaborative ASN Program allows students to combine classroom and clinical experience, with expert faculty and dynamic curricula. Graduates of the Lawrence Memorial/Regis College Collaborative ASN Program qualify to take the national examination for licensure as registered nurse. In addition, the program allows for career mobility through a dual admission option, through which qualified graduates continue their education in the RN to BSN to MSN Upward Mobility Track at Regis College with full credit for their associate degree courses.
Lawrence Memorial students have full access to all the facilities on the Regis College campus, including the library, dining hall, peer tutoring, and the athletic facility.
Through the partnership with Lawrence Memorial, Regis College students can earn associate degrees in nursing and medical radiography.
BSN Program Details
Students who meet certain criteria are directly accepted into the nursing major as freshmen. Students who do not meet the direct-accept criteria of admission may pursue the undergraduate nursing major and must follow the first-year nursing curriculum. In that case, the nursing faculty will determine acceptance into the nursing major at the end of the first semester of their sophomore year. To be considered for the nursing major, students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and no courses below 2.0 (C). Candidates for the nursing major must have a personal interview with a Nursing administrator. Students must earn a B- (2.7) in all NU courses.
Once a student matriculates into the nursing major, a GPA of 2.7 and a 2.7 (B minus) grade in all nursing courses must be maintained.
Doctor of Nursing Practice Program Details
The doctorate in nursing practice (DNP) is the first of its kind in Greater Boston and the first doctoral program offered by Regis College. Designed to address the nursing faculty shortage throughout the United States, the Regis DNP is scheduled so that those in the program can continue full-time employment. Classes are offered evenings, on weekends, on-line, or intensive. Candidates for the program are those nurses who are advanced nursing practice leaders, nurse practitioners, educators or clinical specialists. The DNP curriculum is comprised of 24 core curriculum credits and 9 elective credits. A maximum of 6 graduate credits may be accepted for transfer. The length of the program varies from three to seven years based on how many courses a student takes per semester.