Masters of Science Applied (Non-Thesis) Nurse Practitioner

Our Master's of Science (Applied) - Nurse Practitioner is the program for you if you are a licensed Nurse interested in becoming a Nurse Practitioner

Note that applicants can apply to more than one Master’s degree/program (up to a maximum of two).

Adult Care

Prerequisites and Admission Requirements

Applicants require:

  • Bachelor’s of Nursing or a Master‘s of Nursing degree comparable to the undergraduate or graduate degree offered at McGill University, Ingram School of Nursing.
  • Minimum cGPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0 in nursing studies.
  • Current Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ) license or equivalency.*
  • 12-credits in university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology), only if the undergraduate nursing degree was obtained in a university outside of Quebec.
  • Work experience in nursing within the last 5 years, refer to the "Required Nursing Experience" section below.
  • While a statistics course is not a requirement, it is strongly recommended that you complete a University-level introductory statistics course (3 credits) prior to starting your MSc (A) in Nurse Practitioner degree.

 

*Please note:

Nurses licensed outside of Quebec must: 1) have nursing experience within a healthcare context in Canada; 2) have the capacity to be licensed as a nurse in Quebec; 3) be able to understand and communicate in French 

 

NP Program French-Language Proficiency Requirement

The language of instruction at McGill University is English, however, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) program of study includes mandatory clinical placements - which will be completed in Quebec health care institutions where the ability to communicate proficiently in French is essential. Proficiency in French is a requirement for NP students to effectively and safely work with the interdisciplinary teams and to support patients and families. The French proficiency exam of l’Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) is part of OIIQ licensure and is administered according to the OIIQ French language requirement policies.

 

Compulsory Immunization Requirement

Applicants who accept an offer of admission are required to complete their immunization form by the first day of the start of the program.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to begin obtaining the required immunizations as soon as they accept their offer of admission, as this process can take up to six months. Applicants must upload their immunization form directly to the Student Wellness Hub by June 15th. The immunization form can be found here. For information on this program requirement, please review the Ingram School of Nursing’s Clinical requirements web page and contact the School for any questions.

Applicants who have not completed their immunization form, by the deadline, will be required to defer their admission for one year.

 

Required Nursing Experience

By the application deadline, applicants must have completed a minimum of 3 360 hours of clinical nursing work experience (equivalent to two (2) years, full-time nursing experience in the last 5 years) with a minimum of one (1) year of this experience in one (1) adult care specialty setting (e.g., in-patient medicine and/or surgery, emergency department or critical care unit). Experience in an out-patient specialty clinic (e.g., endocrinology, cardiology, nephrology, oncology) may be considered.

The hours worked as a GPL (Graduate pending license) will not be considered. CEPI hours may be considered in exceptional circumstances (e.g., when extended due to French language requirements).

Note: A minimum of one (1) year of experience in a Canadian healthcare institution is required. 

 

Documents to be submitted

Document

Description

University Transcript(s)

  • An unofficial copy of a university transcript(s), including the academic rating scheme (letter grades and corresponding numerical scale).

Should an offer of admission be extended, arrangements must be made for the official transcript(s) to be sent.

Referees 

Referees submit a reference attesting to the candidate's ability to successfully undertake graduate studies. Ideally, candidates should submit the name of:

  • One academic referee (previous or current teacher/professor)

and

  • One professional referee (manager or supervisor preferably).

The contact information of referees must be a valid institutional or corporate email. Private e-mail addresses, such as Hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo, etc., are not accepted.

Annotated Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Include the following relevant headings (in PDF format):

  • Personal information
  • Education
  • Honors and awards
  • Work experience
  • Presentations and publications
  • Research experience
  • Community work/service
  • Memberships and certifications
  • Personal paragraph (optional)

Please find linked below the explanation of how to prepare an annotated CV with the definitions of each heading and examples.

PDF icon Annotated CV

Attestation of Worked Hours in Nursing

  • An official letter from the nursing employer(s) confirming the hours worked in direct patient care.

Professional Licensure

  • A proof of current nursing licensure (in PDF format).

Written Work

Bachelor Degree Equivalency and Pre-requisite Form

The university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology) equivalency to the McGill University BScN will be assessed.

This is not a requirement for nurses who obtained their Bachelor’s of Nursing degree in Quebec.

CASPer® Test (situational judgment test)

  • Online CASPer® Test to be completed by applicants applying with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree.

For more information, please review the "Graduate" tab on our APPLY page.

 

Application Deadlines

Completed Nursing Degree Admission Term Application Deadline

Deadline to submit supporting documents

(References, and attestation of worked hours)

Applicants with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree

Apply to MScA and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Adult Care

Fall

February 1st

February 15th

Applicants with a Master’s of Nursing degree

Apply to Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Adult Care

Winter

March 1st

March 15th

 

Interview: only applicants selected by the Graduate Admissions Committee will be invited to an interview. Interviews are usually scheduled between March and May. 

 

Mental Health

Prerequisites and Admission Requirements

Applicants require:

  • Bachelor’s of Nursing or a Master‘s of Nursing degree comparable to the undergraduate or graduate degree offered at McGill University, Ingram School of Nursing.
  • Minimum cGPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0 in nursing studies.
  • Current Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ) license or equivalency.*
  • 12-credits in university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology), only if the undergraduate nursing degree was obtained in a university outside of Quebec.
  • Work experience in nursing within the last 5 years, refer to the "Required Nursing Experience" section below.
  • While a statistics course is not a requirement, it is strongly recommended that you complete a University-level introductory statistics course (3 credits) prior to starting your MSc (A) in Nurse Practitioner degree.

 

*Please note:

Nurses licensed outside of Quebec must: 1) have nursing experience within a healthcare context in Canada; 2) have the capacity to be licensed as a nurse in Quebec; 3) be able to understand and communicate in French

 

NP Program French-Language Proficiency Requirement

The language of instruction at McGill University is English, however, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) program of study includes mandatory clinical placements - which will be completed in Quebec health care institutions where the ability to communicate proficiently in French is essential. Proficiency in French is a requirement for NP students to effectively and safely work with the interdisciplinary teams and to support patients and families. The French proficiency exam of l’Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) is part of OIIQ licensure and is administered according to the OIIQ French language requirement policies.

 

Compulsory Immunization Requirement

Applicants who accept an offer of admission are required to complete their immunization form by the first day of the start of the program.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to begin obtaining the required immunizations as soon as they accept their offer of admission, as this process can take up to six months. Applicants must upload their immunization form directly to the Student Wellness Hub by June 15th. The immunization form can be found here. For information on this program requirement, please review the Ingram School of Nursing’s Clinical requirements web page and contact the School for any questions.

Applicants who have not completed their immunization form, by the deadline, will be required to defer their admission for one year.

 

Required Nursing Experience

By the start of the academic year, applicants must have completed a minimum of 3360 hours of clinical nursing work experience (equivalent to two (2) years, full-time nursing experience in the last 5 years) with one (1) year of nursing experience completed in mental health settings (in-hospital or ambulatory/out-patient clinics).

The hours worked as a GPL (Graduate pending license) will not be considered. CEPI hours may be considered in exceptional circumstances (e.g., when extended due to French language requirements).

Note: A minimum of one (1) year of experience in a Canadian healthcare institution is required.

 

Documents to be submitted

Document

Description

University Transcript(s)

  • An unofficial copy of a university transcript(s), including the academic rating scheme (letter grades and corresponding numerical scale).

Should an offer of admission be extended, arrangements must be made for the official transcript(s) to be sent.

Referees

Referees submit a reference attesting to the candidate's ability to successfully undertake graduate studies. Ideally, candidates should submit the name of:

  • One academic referee (previous or current teacher/professor)

and

  • One professional referee (manager or supervisor preferably).

The contact information of referees must be a valid institutional or corporate email. Private e-mail addresses, such as Hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo, etc., are not accepted.

Annotated Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Include the following relevant headings (in PDF format):

  • Personal information
  • Education
  • Honors and awards
  • Work experience
  • Presentations and publications
  • Research experience
  • Community work/service
  • Memberships and certifications
  • Personal paragraph (optional)

Please find linked below the explanation of how to prepare an annotated CV with the definitions of each heading and examples.

PDF icon Annotated CV

Attestation of Worked Hours in Nursing

  • An official letter from the nursing employer(s) confirming the hours worked in direct patient care.

Professional Licensure

  • A proof of current nursing licensure (in PDF format).

Written Work

Bachelor Degree Equivalency and Pre-requisite Form

The university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology) equivalency to the McGill University BScN will be assessed.

This is not a requirement for nurses who obtained their Bachelor’s of Nursing degree in Quebec.

CASPer® Test (situational judgment test)

  • Online CASPer® Test to be completed by applicants applying with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree.

For more information, please review the "Graduate" tab on our APPLY page.

 

Application Deadlines

Completed Nursing Degree Admission Term Application Deadline

Deadline to submit supporting documents

(References, and attestation of worked hours)

Applicants with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree

Apply to MScA and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Mental Health

Fall

February 1st

February 15th

Applicants with a Master’s of Nursing degree

Apply to Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Mental Health

Winter

March 1st

March 15th

 

Interview: only applicants selected by the Graduate Admissions Committee will be invited to an interview. Interviews are usually scheduled between March and May.

Neonatal

Prerequisites and Admission Requirements

Applicants require:

  • Bachelor’s of Nursing or a Master‘s of Nursing degree comparable to the undergraduate or graduate degree offered at McGill University, Ingram School of Nursing.
  • Minimum cGPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0 in nursing studies.
  • Current Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ) license or equivalency.*
  • 12-credits in university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology), only if the undergraduate nursing degree was obtained in a university outside of Quebec.
  • Work experience in nursing within the last 5 years, refer to the "Required Nursing Experience" section below.
  • While a statistics course is not a requirement, it is strongly recommended that you complete a University-level introductory statistics course (3 credits) prior to starting your MSc (A) in Nurse Practitioner degree.

 

*Please note:

Nurses licensed outside of Quebec must: 1) have nursing experience within a healthcare context in Canada; 2) have the capacity to be licensed as a nurse in Quebec; 3) be able to understand and communicate in French

 

NP Program French-Language Proficiency Requirement

The language of instruction at McGill University is English, however, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) program of study includes mandatory clinical placements - which will be completed in Quebec health care institutions where the ability to communicate proficiently in French is essential. Proficiency in French is a requirement for NP students to effectively and safely work with the interdisciplinary teams and to support patients and families. The French proficiency exam of l’Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) is part of OIIQ licensure and is administered according to the OIIQ French language requirement policies.

 

Compulsory Immunization Requirement

Applicants who accept an offer of admission are required to complete their immunization form by the first day of the start of the program.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to begin obtaining the required immunizations as soon as they accept their offer of admission, as this process can take up to six months. Applicants must upload their immunization form directly to the Student Wellness Hub by June 15th. The immunization form can be found here. For information on this program requirement, please review the Ingram School of Nursing’s Clinical requirements web page and contact the School for any questions.

Applicants who have not completed their immunization form, by the deadline, will be required to defer their admission for one year.

 

Required Nursing Experience

By the start of the academic year, applicants must have completed a minimum of 3360 hours of clinical nursing work experience (equivalent to two (2) years, full-time nursing experience in the last 5 years) with two (2) years of nursing experience in NICU (Level 3) settings required.

The hours worked as a GPL (Graduate pending license) will not be considered. CEPI hours may be considered in exceptional circumstances (e.g., when extended due to French language requirements).

Note: A minimum of one (1) year of experience in a Canadian healthcare institution is required.

 

Documents to be submitted

Document

Description

University Transcript(s)

  • An unofficial copy of a university transcript(s), including the academic rating scheme (letter grades and corresponding numerical scale).

Should an offer of admission be extended, arrangements must be made for the official transcript(s) to be sent.

Referees

Referees submit a reference attesting to the candidate's ability to successfully undertake graduate studies. Ideally, candidates should submit the name of:

  • One academic referee (previous or current teacher/professor)

and

  • One professional referee (manager or supervisor preferably).

The contact information of referees must be a valid institutional or corporate email. Private e-mail addresses, such as Hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo, etc., are not accepted.

Annotated Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Include the following relevant headings (in PDF format):

  • Personal information
  • Education
  • Honors and awards
  • Work experience
  • Presentations and publications
  • Research experience
  • Community work/service
  • Memberships and certifications
  • Personal paragraph (optional)

Please find linked below the explanation of how to prepare an annotated CV with the definitions of each heading and examples.

PDF icon Annotated CV

Attestation of Worked Hours in Nursing

  • An official letter from the nursing employer(s) confirming the hours worked in direct patient care.

Professional Licensure

  • A proof of current nursing licensure (in PDF format).

Written Work

Bachelor Degree Equivalency and Pre-requisite Form

The university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology) equivalency to the McGill University BScN will be assessed.

This is not a requirement for nurses who obtained their Bachelor’s of Nursing degree in Quebec.

CASPer® Test (situational judgment test)

  • Online CASPer® Test to be completed by applicants applying with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree.

For more information, please review the "Graduate" tab on our APPLY page.

 

Application Deadlines

Applications open every two (2) years. Admissions are open for Sept 2024.

Completed Nursing Degree Admission Term Application Deadline

Deadline to submit supporting documents

(References, and attestation of worked hours)

Applicants with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree

Apply to MScA and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Neonatal

Fall

April 1st

 April 15th

Applicants with a Master’s of Nursing degree

Apply to Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Neonatal

Fall

April 1st

April 15th

 

Interview: only applicants selected by the Graduate Admissions Committee will be invited to an interview. Interviews are usually scheduled between March and May.

Pediatric

Prerequisites and Admission Requirements

Applicants require:

  • Bachelor’s of Nursing or a Master‘s of Nursing degree comparable to the undergraduate or graduate degree offered at McGill University, Ingram School of Nursing.
  • Minimum cGPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0 in nursing studies.
  • Current Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ) license or equivalency.*
  • 12-credits in university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology), only if the undergraduate nursing degree was obtained in a university outside of Quebec.
  • Work experience in nursing within the last 5 years, refer to the "Required Nursing Experience" section below.
  • While a statistics course is not a requirement, it is strongly recommended that you complete a University-level introductory statistics course (3 credits) prior to starting your MSc (A) in Nurse Practitioner degree.

 

*Please note:

Nurses licensed outside of Quebec must: 1) have nursing experience within a healthcare context in Canada; 2) have the capacity to be licensed as a nurse in Quebec; 3) be able to understand and communicate in French

 

NP Program French-Language Proficiency Requirement

The language of instruction at McGill University is English, however, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) program of study includes mandatory clinical placements - which will be completed in Quebec health care institutions where the ability to communicate proficiently in French is essential. Proficiency in French is a requirement for NP students to effectively and safely work with the interdisciplinary teams and to support patients and families. The French proficiency exam of l’Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) is part of OIIQ licensure and is administered according to the OIIQ French language requirement policies.

 

Compulsory Immunization Requirement

Applicants who accept an offer of admission are required to complete their immunization form by the first day of the start of the program.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to begin obtaining the required immunizations as soon as they accept their offer of admission, as this process can take up to six months. Applicants must upload their immunization form directly to the Student Wellness Hub by June 15th. The immunization form can be found here. For information on this program requirement, please review the Ingram School of Nursing’s Clinical requirements web page and contact the School for any questions.

Applicants who have not completed their immunization form, by the deadline, will be required to defer their admission for one year.

 

Required Nursing Experience

By the start of the academic year, applicants must have completed a minimum of 3360 hours of clinical nursing work experience (equivalent to two (2) years, full-time nursing experience in the last 5 years) with two (2) years of nursing experience completed in acute care pediatric settings required.

Note: A maximum of one (1) year experience in neonatal intensive care (NICU) may be considered

The hours worked as a GPL (Graduate pending license) will not be considered. CEPI hours may be considered in exceptional circumstances (e.g., when extended due to French language requirements).

Note: A minimum of one (1) year of experience in a Canadian healthcare institution is required.

 

Documents to be submitted

Document

Description

University Transcript(s)

  • An unofficial copy of a university transcript(s), including the academic rating scheme (letter grades and corresponding numerical scale).

Should an offer of admission be extended, arrangements must be made for the official transcript(s) to be sent.

Referees

Referees submit a reference attesting to the candidate's ability to successfully undertake graduate studies. Ideally, candidates should submit the name of:

  • One academic referee (previous or current teacher/professor)

and

  • One professional referee (manager or supervisor preferably).

The contact information of referees must be a valid institutional or corporate email. Private e-mail addresses, such as Hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo, etc., are not accepted.

Annotated Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Include the following relevant headings (in PDF format):

  • Personal information
  • Education
  • Honors and awards
  • Work experience
  • Presentations and publications
  • Research experience
  • Community work/service
  • Memberships and certifications
  • Personal paragraph (optional)

Please find linked below the explanation of how to prepare an annotated CV with the definitions of each heading and examples.

PDF icon Annotated CV

Attestation of Worked Hours in Nursing

  • An official letter from the nursing employer(s) confirming the hours worked in direct patient care.

Professional Licensure

  • A proof of current nursing licensure (in PDF format).

Written Work

Bachelor Degree Equivalency and Pre-requisite Form

The university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology) equivalency to the McGill University BScN will be assessed.

This is not a requirement for nurses who obtained their Bachelor’s of Nursing degree in Quebec.

CASPer® Test (situational judgment test)

  • Online CASPer® Test to be completed by applicants applying with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree.

For more information, please review the "Graduate" tab on our APPLY page.

 

Application Deadlines

Applications open every two (2) years. Admissions are open for Sept 2024.

Completed Nursing Degree Admission Term Application Deadline

Deadline to submit supporting documents

(References, and attestation of worked hours)

Applicants with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree

Apply to MScA and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Pediatric

Fall

February 1st

February 15th

Applicants with a Master’s of Nursing degree

Apply to Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Pediatric

Fall February 1st February 15th

 

Interview: only applicants selected by the Graduate Admissions Committee will be invited to an interview. Interviews are usually scheduled between March and May.

 

Primary Care

Prerequisites and Admission Requirements

Applicants require:

  • Bachelor’s of Nursing or a Master‘s of Nursing degree comparable to the undergraduate or graduate degree offered at McGill University, Ingram School of Nursing.
  • Minimum cGPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0 in nursing studies.
  • Current Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ) license or equivalency.*
  • 12-credits in university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology), only if the undergraduate nursing degree was obtained in a university outside of Quebec.
  • Work experience in nursing within the last 5 years, refer to the "Required Nursing Experience" section below.
  • While a statistics course is not a requirement, it is strongly recommended that you complete a University-level introductory statistics course (3 credits) prior to starting your MSc (A) in Nurse Practitioner degree.

 

*Please note:

Nurses licensed outside of Quebec must: 1) have nursing experience within a healthcare context in Canada; 2) have the capacity to be licensed as a nurse in Quebec; 3) be able to understand and communicate in French

 

NP Program French-Language Proficiency Requirement

The language of instruction at McGill University is English, however, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) program of study includes mandatory clinical placements - which will be completed in Quebec health care institutions where the ability to communicate proficiently in French is essential. Proficiency in French is a requirement for NP students to effectively and safely work with the interdisciplinary teams and to support patients and families. The French proficiency exam of l’Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) is part of OIIQ licensure and is administered according to the OIIQ French language requirement policies.

 

Compulsory Immunization Requirement

Applicants who accept an offer of admission are required to complete their immunization form by the first day of the start of the program.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to begin obtaining the required immunizations as soon as they accept their offer of admission, as this process can take up to six months. Applicants must upload their immunization form directly to the Student Wellness Hub by June 15th. The immunization form can be found here. For information on this program requirement, please review the Ingram School of Nursing’s Clinical requirements web page and contact the School for any questions.

Applicants who have not completed their immunization form, by the deadline, will be required to defer their admission for one year.

Compulsory Immunization Requirement

Nursing applicants who accept an offer of admission are required to complete their immunization record by the first day of the start of the program.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to begin obtaining the required immunizations as soon as they accept the offer of admission, as this process can take up to six months. Applicants must upload their immunization record directly to the Student Wellness Hub by June 15th. The immunization form can be found here. For information on this program requirement, please review the Ingram School of Nursing’s Clinical requirements web page and contact the School for any questions.

Applicants who have not completed their immunization record, by the deadline, will be required to defer their admission for one year.

 

Required Nursing Experience

By the application deadline, applicants must have completed a minimum of 3360 hours of clinical nursing work experience (equivalent to two (2) years, full-time nursing experience in the last 5 years) with one (1) year of this experience in a primary care setting (GMF, CLSC, CHSLD, homecare, emergency department).

The hours worked as a GPL (Graduate pending license) will not be considered. CEPI hours may be considered in exceptional circumstances (e.g., when extended due to French language requirements).

Note: A minimum of one (1) year of experience in a Canadian healthcare institution is required.

 

Documents to be submitted

Document

Description

University Transcript(s)

  • An unofficial copy of a university transcript(s), including the academic rating scheme (letter grades and corresponding numerical scale).

Should an offer of admission be extended, arrangements must be made for the official transcript(s) to be sent.

Referees

Referees submit a reference attesting to the candidate's ability to successfully undertake graduate studies. Ideally, candidates should submit the name of:

  • One academic referee (previous or current teacher/professor)

and

  • One professional referee (manager or supervisor preferably).

The contact information of referees must be a valid institutional or corporate email. Private e-mail addresses, such as Hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo, etc., are not accepted.

Annotated Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Include the following relevant headings (in PDF format):

  • Personal information
  • Education
  • Honors and awards
  • Work experience
  • Presentations and publications
  • Research experience
  • Community work/service
  • Memberships and certifications
  • Personal paragraph (optional)

Please find linked below the explanation of how to prepare an annotated CV with the definitions of each heading and examples.

PDF icon Annotated CV

Attestation of Worked Hours in Nursing

  • An official letter from the nursing employer(s) confirming the hours worked in direct patient care.

Professional Licensure

  • A proof of current nursing licensure (in PDF format).

Written Work

Bachelor Degree Equivalency and Pre-requisite Form

The university-level biological sciences content (physiology, pathophysiology, pathology and pharmacology) equivalency to the McGill University BScN will be assessed.

This is not a requirement for nurses who obtained their Bachelor’s of Nursing degree in Quebec.

CASPer® Test (situational judgment test)

  • Online CASPer® Test to be completed by applicants applying with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree.

For more information, please review the "Graduate" tab on our APPLY page.

 

Application Deadlines

Completed Nursing Degree Admission Term Application Deadline

Deadline to submit supporting documents

(References, and attestation of worked hours)

Applicants with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree

Apply to MScA and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Primary Care

Fall

February 1st

February 15th

Applicants with a Master’s of Nursing degree

Apply to Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Primary Care

Fall

February 1st

February 15th

 

Interview: only applicants selected by the Graduate Admissions Committee will be invited to an interview. Interviews are usually scheduled between March and May.

 

 

 

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