Launch Your Career in Health Care at Labouré College! Regardless of general economic trends, health care is one of America’s strongest growth industries. The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts 3 million new health care jobs through 2018, more than any other industry.
At Labouré, you can earn the bachelor of science in nursing, an associate degree or certificate in one of several health professions. You can study nutrition, health information, nursing, radiation therapy, or neurodiagnostic technology and begin a career that makes a difference in the lives you touch.
Labouré is a small, urban, private, Catholic college. Our distinct focus is education for practice in the health care sector. We provide our students with clinical experience in a number of hospitals owned by Steward Health Care System, LLC, the second largest health care system in New England. Your education will take place throughout hospitals within the Steward system, as well as, other academic medical centers, teaching and community hospitals, and ambulatory care settings in and around Boston.
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Labouré College Purchases 303 Adams Street, Milton from the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston.
Labouré College was recently featured in a column in University Business Magazine entitled, Incubating 21st Century Healthcare Professionals. University Business is one of the most widely read publications for higher education professionals.
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