The School of Nursing's doctoral program gives you the skills required to become an expert in clinical, theoretical, and health system issues, all while preparing you for leadership roles in health research, nursing education, clinical practice, and health care administration.
Become an advanced practice provider for individuals and families in primary care settings. In this two year program, you'll engage early and continuously in clinical practice and research, gaining the skills and experience needed to become an advanced practice nurse. Upon degree completion, you'll be eligible to apply for the Canadian family/all-ages nurse practitioner licensure examination.
Designed for those passionate about developing a scientific basis for nursing practice, the MNSc program is offered in both course-based and thesis-based patterns. You'll learn critical appraisal and research skills within a supportive academic environment that values scholarship. With this degree, you'll be equipped for success in clinical practice, nursing education, or health care management.
The PHCNP Diploma program is a one-year, full-time or two-year, part-time course of study for nurses who already have a master’s degree and want to become advanced practice nurses in primary health care.