Course Sequence Master of Science in Nursing and Diploma in PHCNP

Please note that this program is governed by the academic regulations in effect for graduate studies and that the regulations have priorities over this proposed sequence.
  Fall Winter Summer
1st year
  • NSG 5130 - Development of knowledge and theory in nursing as a discipline
  • NSG 5350 (1) - Pathophysiology for the nurse practitioner
  • NSG 5360 (1) - Roles and responsibilities of the nurse practitioner
  • NSG 5370 1 - Advanced health assessment and diagnosis I
  • NSG 5350 (2) - Pathophysiology for the nurse practitioner
  • NSG 5360 (2) - Roles and responsibilities of the nurse practitioner
  • NSG 5375 1 - Advanced health assessment and diagnosis II
  • NSG 5192 2 - Statistical analysis in nursing
  • NSG 5140 2 - Research methods in nursing
2nd year
 
  • NSG 6401 (1) – Clinical project in advanced nursing practice
  • NSG 5380 1 - Therapeutics in primary health care I
  • NSG 6401 (2) – Clinical project in advanced nursing practice
  • NSG 5385 1 - Therapeutics in primary health care II
  • NSG 5401 1 - Integrative practicum

Minimum Standards

The passing grade in all courses in the program is B (70%). Students who fail two courses or six units must withdraw.

Degree requirements and course descriptions

Notes

1 Each student is assigned a clinic placement in Eastern Ontario (Ottawa and surrounding regions). Graduate students must arrange their own transportation to their placements.

2   NSG 5192 and NSG 5140 can be taken during the winter or spring/summer session of the first year.

 

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