Play an Integral Role in Improving Patient Care
Are you interested in becoming a nurse practitioner and playing an integral role in improving patient care? Do you want access to Boston’s world-class hospitals and ambulatory sites? If you have a college degree and desire to play a leadership role in helping others, the MGH Institute’s three-year Direct-Entry Master of Science in Nursing (DEN) program is the right place for you. Join other students who come from a range of academic and professional backgrounds who share a passion for helping people. As a student in our DEN program, you will select 1 of 7 advanced specialty nursing tracks, learn team-based skills from renowned practicing nurse clinicians, and have clinical placements with greater role responsibility as you increase your knowledge and skills throughout the program.
"I feel getting to dive right into the clinical and community rotations the first week of classes was really helpful in solidifying why we were in graduate school. It helped bring meaning and purpose to our coursework."
Sarah J. Kugler, DEN '16
where students do clinical rotations.
faculty-to-student clinical ratio in pre-licensure part of the program, giving you personalized attention from leading clinicians.
preceptor-to-student ratio. Individualized clinical placements provide one-on-one attention and interaction.