Ingram School of Nursing (About the School)

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Part of McGill's Faculty of Medicine, the Ingram School of Nursing has demonstrated leadership in unique ways since 1920, including having developed a philosophy of nursing, known as the McGill Model of Nursing. In addition, the School has offered the only Master's program for non-nurses in Canada. The Ingram School of Nursing offers programs at the undergraduate and graduate level, presenting students with the opportunity to explore, discover, and learn about the endless opportunities within, and the faces of, nursing in the 21st century. The Ingram School of Nursing's administrative offices are located in Wilson Hall named after Morris Wilson, a former chancellor of the university.

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Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2017-2018 (last updated May. 15, 2017) (disclaimer)
Ingram School of Nursing—2017-2018 (last updated May. 15, 2017) (disclaimer)
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