What Nurse Practitioner Degree Program do I apply to?

McGill's Ingram School of Nursing offers five Nurse Practitioner concentrations: Primary Care, Mental Health, Neonatal, Pediatric and Adult Care.

Please note that the Pediatric Concentration is only accepting applications for Fall 2023 admissions from individuals with a Master’s of Nursing.  Individuals with a Bachelor's of Nursing can apply for Fall 2024 admission (applications will open in the Fall of 2023).

For Mental Health, Pediatric, and Primary Care Concentrations:

For the Neonatal Concentration:

  1. For nurses with a Bachelor’s of Nursing degree, the course of study consists of a Master’s of Science (Applied) followed by a Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Neonatal.

 

2) For nurses with a Master’s of Nursing degree, the course of study consists of a Graduate Certificate followed by a Graduate Diploma in Nurse Practitioner – Neonatal.

 

For Adult Care Concentration:

There are two pathways for completing Nurse Practitioner studies at McGill:
1) For candidates entering with a Bachelor of Nursing, the program combines a Master’s of Science degree and a Graduate Diploma.

2) For candidates entering with a Master’s of Nursing, the program combines a Graduate Certificate and a Graduate Diploma.

Pre-Requisites & Admission Requirements

Consult our Applications to Graduate Programs page for more information and detailed instructions regarding program-specific requirements.

 

 

 

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