Why Choose the Bouvé College of Health Sciences School of Nursing?
Founded in Boston in 1898, Northeastern University is a private research university with a rich history in developing nursing programs that respond to the changing needs of society. To this end, the faculty and staff within Northeastern’s Bouvé College of Health Sciences — home to our distinguished School of Nursing — are equally committed to health education, research, and service.
Bouvé is one of the leading health science colleges in the country. Our graduates’ success is rooted in our belief that experience deepens learning. Bouvé’s students — pursuing nursing, pharmacology, policymaking, healthcare administration, physical therapy, and more — learn from our esteemed professors while gaining hands-on experience alongside renowned clinicians at premier healthcare facilities.
It’s also worth noting that because Bouvé includes four distinct schools — School of Community Health and Behavioral Sciences, School of Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences, School of Nursing, and School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences — we can leverage cross-disciplinary collaboration among faculty and students.
Bouvé encourages innovation and teamwork at all levels of health education, while recognizing the autonomy of each medical profession. As a result, we are able to expand the healthcare knowledge of our nursing students to benefit not only individual patients, but society as a whole.
Inside the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, our faculty and staff works closely with students to help ensure their academic success. Our nursing students graduate with all of the proficiencies required of a practice-ready nurse — critical-thinking, decision-making skills, and clinical judgment. Our graduates are poised to excel in today’s complex healthcare environments.
Would you like to learn more? Contact us today to find out why the Bouvé College of Health Sciences is the best choice for your nursing education.