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Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) Accreditation:
On May 28, 2015, CCNE announced that the Doctor of Nursing Practice and Post-graduate APRN Certificate Programs have received the maximum accreditation for 10 years from September 22, 2014 - June 30, 2025. The CCNE Board determined that the program met all four accreditation standards and there are no compliance concerns with respect to the key elements.
The Masters of Science in Nursing Program has a 10 year accreditation from 2010-2020. The program met all four accreditation standards and there were no compliance concerns with respect to the key elements. The mid-cycle report for this program was submitted to CCNE on June 1, 2015.
Please join us to learn about the
University of Massachusetts Graduate School of Nursing
and its individual programs (GEP, DNP, PhD, Post Graduate
and Masters in Nursing Education).
This webinar will include an overview
of each nursing program, student testimonials
and a question and answer session.
Congratulation to Nancy O'Rourke for completing a successful defense of her dissertation study entitiled: "Political Efficacy and Political Participation of Nurse Practitioner."
Sybil Crawford, Nancy O'Rourke, Nancy Morris
Graduate School of Nursing Dean Joan Vitello, PhD, has been appointed by Gov. Charlie Baker as a member of his special commission to study the incorporation of safe and effective pain treatment and prescribing practices into professional training for future health care providers.
Spring Continuing Education Registration is now open.
Status of Classes: GSN Classes in session
Individual Class Cancellation Announcements