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The Nursing graduate program provides registered nurses with the opportunity to advance their education and become leaders in nursing practice, education, research and policy.
The program offers three MSc streams:
To qualify for the masters course-based Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner program, applicants must have worked full-time as a registered nurse for two years. Students in the graduate program have access to the educational, research and clinical resources of the Faculty of Health Sciences and the services of the Hamilton-Wentworth health care community.
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A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (60 units taken at a university) with a minimum of the equivalent to a McMaster B+ average over the final 60 units from an undergraduate nursing program
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