- The Office of Graduate Affairs
- Graduate Career Services
- Graduate Programs
- Graduate Certificates
- Academic Services and Support
- Graduate Admission
- Advisory Boards
The Regis College Office of Graduate & Professional Programs is committed to serving the adult learner population in their return to graduate school. Consistently student-centered, the Office works to facilitate the matriculation, advisement and admission of adult learners entering the College’s flexible, professionally-oriented graduate programs.
Our nationally recognized graduate programs prepare you to start or advance your career in a variety of health care related fields. At Regis, you can receive the education needed to join one of the fastest growing professions in the twenty-first century. Graduate programs at Regis College encompass master's degrees, post-master's nursing certificates, as well as greater Boston's first Doctorate of Nursing Practice. Two courses may be taken before matriculating into many programs.*
*Does not apply to nursing programs for non-nurses. Students looking to register for 2 courses as a non-matriculated student should contact the Office of Graduate Admission directly, 781-768-7330, and will be asked to provide information including name, address, email, Social Security # (not required), phone number, and educational background.