The Queen’s School of Nursing offers a challenging and innovative MNSc program to prepare you with the critical appraisal skills needed for developing the scientific basis for nursing practice, and the knowledge and skills to conduct small research projects and participate in research teams.
Situated in an academic environment that embodies scholarship, you will be well prepared for a career as a leader in clinical practice, education or health care management.
The traditional MNSc program consists of course work and a thesis. you will normally complete the program in 2 years.
Starting in Fall 2020 university will be offering a course-based MNSc option with a focus on advanced nursing practice. Students will take the same four core courses as thesis-based students in the first year and then complete a clinical project course during the summer and continuing into the fall of Year 2.
Students are also required to take three 800-level electives from a pre-approved list of courses in the School of Nursing, the School of Rehabilitation Therapy, and the Department of Public Health Sciences.
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1. Two academic letters of reference
2. Statement of research interest
3. Proof of registration
4. Proficiency in English
International students must be graduates of a baccalaureate program in nursing that is equivalent to a 4-year Canadian program and have a minimum overall average equivalent of to a B+ average. Applicants must provide proof of registration as a nurse in their own country, but will not be required to register with the College of Nurses of Ontario.
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