Simmons University

Boston, Massachusetts

Overview

Located in Boston, Simmons University has offered graduate programs that respond to the needs of an ever-changing world and prepare you for leadership in your field. We offer a range of programs including Library and Information Science and Social Work, which are among the longest standing such offerings in the country, preparing students to work at the cutting edge of the information economy and human services sectors. Our Nursing and Health Sciences programs take advantage of our unparalleled location in Boston’s Longwood Medical Area to deliver the latest scholarship, clinical experience, and instruction from leaders in the field to prepare students for leadership in the healthcare world of today—and tomorrow. And our Public Policy, Behavior Analysis, Public Health and Liberal Arts programs offer a progressive and practical approach to academics infused with social justice and a multicultural perspective that prepares graduates to advance their careers and change the world.

Diversity Statement 

Simmons is committed to inclusive excellence in all aspects of an individual’s community experience. Our values, vision and mission mandate that we strive to create an environment that is free from bias, prejudice, discrimination and hurtful/hateful acts that can prevent each member from thriving in the Simmons community. Our long-term vision for Simmons is to become the most inclusive and welcoming academic community in New England.

Postgraduate Degrees

Master of Science in Library and Information Science

Master of Social Work

Master of Science in Nursing

Master of Science in Behavior Analysis

Master of Arts in Gender and Cultural Studies

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Master of Public Policy

Master of Public Health

Master of Science in Nutrition

Master of Arts in Children's Literature