Master of Nursing (MN)
The Master of Nursing (Advanced Nursing Practice) program (MN-ANP) provides the basis for leadership in advanced nursing roles within nursing education, health services or health promotion. This program is offered for both full- and part-time students.
- Students may select one of three unique fields of study, but are encouraged to enrol in courses from other nursing fields and disciplines
- Students are required to complete eight courses and a research practicum in one of the fields
- Normal time of completion is 16 months of full-time or three years (plus one term) of part-time study
- Program curriculum
To prepare nursing professionals with the ability to:
- Analyze and integrate theories, models, concepts, and frameworks for leadership in nursing within education, health services and health promotion,
- Develop an in-depth theoretical and experiential understanding of a selected field of study in nursing,
- Contribute to development of knowledge for leadership in nursing within their focused field of practice,
- Develop and apply knowledge that contributes to the nursing discipline,
- Value differing perspectives to knowledge development in the nursing discipline, and
- Support the evolution of the health system and health policy through the use of research findings related to their field of study.