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Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Graduate education supports a spirit of inquiry, fosters a commitment to lifelong learning, and advances students’ ability to analyze and integrate theory and research in understanding and addressing issues of significance to Nursing.

The Arthur Family School of Nursing offers four degree programs:

Master of Nursing - Advanced Nursing Practice (MN-ANP)

This program provides the basis for leadership in advanced nursing roles within nursing education, health services or health promotion. Learn More

Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner (PHCNP)

There are two options offered within the PHCNP program. Students who complete these programs are eligible to write the CNPE licensing exam from the College of Nurses of Ontario. 
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Master of Science (MScN)

This research-based program provides the basis for leadership in professional nursing and the foundation for doctoral studies. Learn More

Doctoral Program (PhD)

This Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program prepares scholars to develop and test nursing knowledge through research. Learn More

Wound Healing - Master of Clinical Science (MClSc)

Offered through Western's School of Physical Therapy, the MClSc program in Wound Healing is a one-year course-based master's program offering experienced health-care professionals advanced clinical training in assessing and treating patients with acute and chronic wounds. Learn More