NursingMaster of Nursing (MN)
Program ContactShayna McKay (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Graduate Program Assistant
FIMS & Nursing BuildingWestern University
London, Ontario N6A 5C1
t. 519.661.2111 x83409
The Master of Nursing - Advanced Nursing Practice program (MN-ANP) provides the basis for leadership in advanced nursing roles within nursing education, health services or health promotion. The Master of Nursing - Primary Health Care Nursing Practice program (MN-PHCNP) program utilizes a combination of on-site and distance learning and offers full- and part-time options in collaboration with a consortium of Ontario universities.
- 16 months - four years
- Full-time study
- Part-time study
Both general and program-specific requirements must be met to be considered for admission. All programs have one intake annually, beginning in September.
- Completion of a bachelor’s degree in nursing from a program that is accredited by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) or approved by an appropriate provincial nursing organization.
- GPA of 78 per cent (B+) or higher
- Undergraduate preparation in research and statistics
- RN registration in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario and able to practice without restrictions (MN-ANP international applicants exempted; no exemptions for MN-PHCNP).
- Current membership in the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario (MN-ANP international applicants exempted; no exemptions for MN-PHCNP).
- Completion of the equivalent of two years full-time nursing clinical practice experience (3,640 hours) within the past five years (MN-PHCNP applicants only).
- International students must meet English language fluency requirements
- February 1
Fields of Research
- Advanced Nursing Practice
- Advanced Primary Health Care Nursing Practice