|Term start& deadline||Deadline|
The Master of Science in Nursing (MScN) program focuses on professional practice leadership and will prepare graduates to contribute to an increasingly complex health-care sector by providing an education that includes mentorship, interdisciplinary opportunities and experiential learning through research, project and class assignments.
Professional practice leaders are responsible for ensuring and implementing expert practice, the facilitation of professional development, research and providing leadership; they are often charged with quality assurance and safety as well and the program is designed to develop expertise in these areas.
While the program is largely online, the first semester (Spring/Summer) does begin with a one-week mandatory face-to-face residency component to ensure that current professionals, with high working demands, are supported and to foster relationship-building amongst the cohort.
This program is offered collaboratively with Trent University.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,800|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$6,600|
All applicants are required to give evidence of their oral and written proficiency in English. Applicants who meet all admission requirements, including English proficiency, at the time of application will be given first priority consideration.
We encourage applicants to register for an English language proficiency test prior to the application deadline.
This requirement may be satisfied with one of the following criteria:
You have studied full-time for at least three years (or equivalent in part-time studies) in a university degree program where the language of instruction and examination was English, or you have completed a university degree program where the language of instruction and examination was English.
The University of Ontario Institute of Technology may ask you to provide official verification of the aforementioned. Please note: The minimum three-year requirement does not include full-time enrolment in English as a Second Language (ESL) program.
You have successfully completed the required levels of approved English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program that has been designed for university preparation.
In collaboration with the university's departments and faculties, the English Language Centre (ELC) delivers a high-quality, focused English program for you to be able to seamlessly enter your graduate program.
The ELC curriculum will place you in relevant language-learning contexts and real-life situations, and will provide you with opportunities to develop the skills needed to succeed in post-secondary education and in a multicultural world.
|English language test||Minimum score|
|CAEL||70 (with no sub-score below 60)|
6.5 (7 for programs in Education or Health Sciences or MBAI)
The School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (SGPS) only accepts IELTS scores in the Academic testing format. Scores from the IELTS General Training format will not be accepted.
83 to 87 (92 to 93 for programs in Education or Health Sciences)
MyBest scores or superscores are not accepted. Only the most recent TOEFL score will be considered.
|TOEFL (paper-based)||560 (580 for programs in Education or Health Sciences)|