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Master of Nursing (MN)
Our graduates are prepared for leadership and practice in varied roles and settings, in local and global contexts, and with diverse populations through integration of nursing education and research. Infused with curiosity and driven by passionate determination, we embrace opportunities for innovation that will transform health systems for the future.
Our thesis-based program offers a focused supervised research experience. This Master of Nursing degree will prepare registered nurses for advanced practice in focused areas that may include direct clinical practice, education, or health policy and leadership.
Courses: Topics include philosophical and theoretical knowledge, evidence-informed nursing, quantitative and qualitative research and others.
Thesis: Students will be required to submit and defend an original research thesis.
Healthcare, community health, advanced practice nursing, pediatrics, gerontology, mental health, acute care, ICU, oncology, palliative care, maternal/child health, NICU, pulmonary care, clinical simulation, nursing research, nursing education, critical incident stress, health policy, spiritual care.
A master’s degree in nursing will give you the pre-requisite for a PhD.
Students are required to prepare a thesis and successfully defend in an open oral defense.
A minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 point system, over the past two years of full-time study (a minimum of 10 full-course equivalents or 60 units) of the undergraduate degree.
Registered nurse holding CPR certification at the Basic Rescuer or Basic Cardiac Life Support or 'C' level. A four-year baccalaureate degree, normally in nursing, along with:
An applicant whose primary language is not English may fulfill the English language proficiency requirement in one of the following ways:
For admission on September 1
Canadians and permanent residents: