Boston College inaugurated the School of Nursing in 1947 in response to the need for a Catholic collegiate school of nursing in the Greater Boston area. The mission of Boston College School of Nursing is to prepare professional nurses whose practice reflects a humanistic ethic and is scientifically based, technically competent, and highly compassionate.
The school offers bachelor, master and doctoral degrees. Students interested in the Undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree should contact the Undergraduate Office of Admission at Boston College. Applicants interested in a Graduate degree may continue with the online application.