GSN Continuing Education Classes
As healthcare evolves and the nurse's role on the interprofessional patient care team increasingly becomes more critical, it is important for nurses to stay current with best practices and emerging research. UMass Medical School's Graduate School of Nursing, centrally located in Worcester, and the only graduate nursing school in MA affiliated with an academic health science center, provides the working nurse with a continuing education curriculum combining clinical expertise, contemporary research, and on-line/in-person learning flexibility.
UMass GSN Continuing Education (CE) Courses are provided to allow students (non-matriculated students) the opportunity to take a course to further their professional and/or academic goals. Courses are available for the traditional learner on campus and for the non-traditional learner who seeks opportunities for online learning. A non-matriculated student is not considered to be registered in a degree program at the Graduate School of Nursing at UMass Worcester and may not take a course as an audited course unless approved by the GSN.
At the Graduate School of Nursing, we pride ourselves on our clinical faculty recognized as experts in their field. Continuing education faculty like Tereza, Margaret, Melissa, Chris, and Rose live the GSN mission of transforming nursing, promoting health, encouraging student achievement, and promoting human dignity. We leverage leading educational technologies for the online experience, and being located on the UMass Medical School Campus we have access to world-class facilities and simulation centers to prepare nurses for their new career paths.