Seven half courses:
(Theoretical basis of nursing practice)
(Qualitative research methods)
(Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods in Health Research)
(Advanced practicum in Nursing)
Three additional approved half courses which may include up to two 600-level half courses
SGS 101 and SGS 201
15-20 page scholarly paper on a health care topic.
Requirements for Degree Completion
Each student will have an Advisor assigned by the Assistant Dean. The Advisor will be a member of the graduate faculty in Nursing.
They will also need to complete, with at least a B- standing, a minimum of 7 graduate half-courses, which must include NUR 701, NUR 745, NUR 715, NUR 711, and three additional half-courses selected by the student in conjunction with his/her faculty advisor.
- NUR 714 (Scholarly Paper) must be completed with a minimum of at least a B-
- Seminar is completed in the winter term of their final year.
Students will be expected to complete the Master's requirement within two calendar years (full-time) of entering the program. The maximum allowable time for completing the MSc will be three calendar years (part-time).