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Nursing Science

Program Overview

The Master of Nursing (MN) program prepares advanced nursing practitioners with specialized knowledge, skills, and expertise in a defined area of nursing to design programs and influence practice. The program offers three fields:

  • Clinical Nursing
  • Health Systems Leadership and Administration
  • Nurse Practitioner

The Doctor of Nursing (DN) program, effective September 2021,  provides a formal, academic credential and competitive edge for those looking to advance their nursing careers in complex and changing health-care systems or education settings.

The Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree is designed to prepare scientists and scholars with the analytical and research skills required to expand knowledge of clinical, theoretical, and health systems issues.


Quick Facts

Domestic International
Application deadline DN, MN, PhD:

Fall 2024 entry

30-Apr-2024

Deadline for MN, Health Systems Leadership and Administration has been extended to July 15, 2024.

DN, MN, PhD:

Fall 2024 entry

30-Apr-2024

Deadline for MN, Health Systems Leadership and Administration has been extended to July 15, 2024.

Minimum admission average MN:

B

DN, PhD:

B+

MN:

B

DN, PhD:

B+

Is a supervisor identified before or after admission? DN, PhD:

Before

DN, PhD:

Before

Program length (full-time only) MN:

6 sessions

PhD:

4 years; 5 years direct-entry

DN:

3 years

MN:

6 sessions

PhD:

4 years; 5 years direct-entry

DN:

3 years


Catia Corriveau-Dignard

“Studying in Toronto means also I can enjoy the rich cultural life.”

Catia Corriveau-Dignard
PhD Student, Spanish
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