University of Manitoba
St. Paul's College
Room 268, Drake Centre, 181 Freedman Crescent
The Graduate programs in the Faculty of Nursing prepare nurses with advanced or specialized knowledge for leadership in diverse areas of nursing practice. There are four streams in the M.N. program: Administration, Clinical, Education, and Nurse Practitioner. This program is designed to prepare graduates for leadership roles in practice, education and administration. The purpose of doctoral programs in the Faculty is to develop outstanding scholars who will engage in programs of research that will positively influence the health and health care of populations. The M.N. program provides students with expertise that enables them to respond in an ever changing, dynamic, and fluid practice setting, as well as prepares students for possible doctoral study. Over 20 percent of graduates pursued doctoral education following their Master's program. The Faculty of Nursing has areas of established research excellence and emerging research specialties. Nursing is an “applied” profession, and the nursing research conducted at the University of Manitoba emphasizes the development of nursing knowledge as a basis for evidence-based practice.
Accreditation:Nursing - Nurse Practitioner - College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba (CRNM)
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