The Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing offers students the opportunity further refine knowledge and skills in advanced nursing practice and primary health care through our dynamic and rigorous course-based programs. A graduate degree in Nursing from one of the course-based programs enables nurses to lead and create change in practice contexts using an equity and social justice informed lens to shape health care and systems.
Master of Nursing – Leadership in Professional Nursing Practice
The Master of Nursing – Leadership in Professional Nursing Practice (MN-LPNP) program prepares students for advanced nursing leadership roles in the fields of nursing education, health services delivery, and health promotion.
Master of Nursing – Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner
The Master of Nursing – Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner (MN-PHCNP) program combines on-site and distance learning and offers full- and part-time options in collaboration with other Ontario universities.