Look Closer at Emmanuel College
The Location: In the Heart of the Longwood Medical Area
Our Boston campus is located in the heart of the Longwood Medical and Academic Area (LMA), adjacent to some of the most respected health care institutions in the nation.
Emmanuel's proximity to these health care institutions has allowed the College to form strategic partnerships, including on-site classes with employers such as Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Caritas Christi Health Care System. Emmanuel is the recipient of the University Professional and Continuing Education Association's (UPCEA) 2010 Community of Practice Award for Outreach and Engagement for Employer and Association Partnerships. RN-to-BSN classes are also offered in the Boston area at our easy-to-reach Woburn location. View our locations»
The Faculty: Clinicians, Researchers, Teachers & Advocates
As respected professionals with years of experience in nursing, Emmanuel faculty members maintain a strong and up-to-date command in their areas of expertise. As understanding nurse educators, they cultivate lively dialogue so that you and your fellow students share first-hand perspectives on patient care, health care issues and other key subjects.
Your professors are clinicians, researchers and teachers who serve as true advocates. Throughout your time at Emmanuel, you'll have a full-time member of the nursing faculty as your dedicated advisor, responding to your individual needs and helping you get the most from your plan of study. Our goal is the same as yours: advancing your nursing career. Meet our faculty»
The Curriculum: Inspiring Classroom and Clinical Experiences
Our small class sizes allow for greater interaction among students and professors. With an average class size of 15 students, you have the ability to engage in lively classroom discussions, to share your unique experiences as an RN and exchange views and clinical knowledge.
Our programs are dedicated to more than just providing you with a nursing degree - they are about fostering collaborative professional relationships that further enhance learning for all. Learn more about our BSN curriculum» Learn more about our MSN curriculum»
The Format: Supporting Professional Growth
Our classes meet every other week, enabling you to fit academics into your professional and personal schedules. All modified accelerated courses include a major element of independent study, and you can set your own pace with flexible program scheduling. Graduate nursing classes meet seven times during the semester and are offered at Emmanuel's Boston campus. Undergraduate nursing classes meet six times during a semester and are offered at Emmanuel's easy-to-reach Boston and Woburn campuses. Apply now!»
For the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, we have enrollment opportunities multiple times per year, which help to accelerate the completion of your graduate degree. You must submit an application in order to enroll.
The Master of Science in Nursing has a new cohort beginning each fall semester, and the application deadline is April 30th.
The program is also available by request at employer sites. Learn about Employer Partnerships»
The College: The Emmanuel Difference
Our principles of education have been rooted in ethical values and social responsibility since 1919 - we strive to develop professional leaders like you who make an impact in the world.
With our decades-long tradition of values-based education supported by outstanding clinical practicum placements, we empower you to become the professional you want to be: a nurse leader who makes a positive difference in health care. Learn more about Emmanuel College»