The Nursing program of University of New Brunswick is designed to equip students with an integrative knowledge of nursing leadership, research, theory, and practice. Students are encouraged to design, with an academic advisor, a program of study that will enable them to assume advanced professional roles in their area of specific interest.
While in the program, students will have opportunities to develop leadership capacity by exploring issues and challenges within health and health care. Recent MN graduates have gone on to complete doctoral programs or to assume leadership positions within the healthcare sector, government, and non-governmental organizations. Graduates of the nurse practitioner stream are working in a variety of primary healthcare centres across the province and Canada.
Opportunities for teaching and research assistantships are available for full-time students located in Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton. Students enrolled in the thesis stream have been successful in securing funding to support their studies from external funding agencies such as the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation, Canadian Nurses Foundation and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
- Chronic illness
- Analysis of administrative data to examine attainment of quality indicators for the management of patients with hip fractures in the emergency department
- Health in LGBT communities
- Communicable diseases (HIV)
- Community health workers experiences working with people who use drugs
- Violence and healthy living in the aftermath of abuse
- Patient-centred, upstream interventions to improve COPD care
- Indigenous health and wellness
- Living with eating disorders
- Mobile senior's wellness network: Reaching rural New Brunswickers
- Healthy Aging
- Refugee well-being
- The housing needs of older lesbians in the Maritimes
- Health Research Statistics
- Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
- Research and Evidence Informed Nursing
- Nursing Leadership, Ethics and Health Policy
- Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics
- Advanced Pathophysiology
- 24 months
- 48 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
DisciplinesNursing Health Sciences View 280 other Masters in Health Sciences in Canada
- Normally, a BN or BScN with courses in undergraduate statistics and nursing research. A grade of at least a B is generally required for these courses.
- GPA of at least 3.3
- All applicants must meet the criteria to become a registered nurse in the province of New Brunswick, and must be registered by September of the year the student begins the program.
- International applicants should consult the Registered Nurses Association of New Brunswick information on Internationally Educated Applicants.
- Students who will not be practicing as a nurse in New Brunswick during their studies, can be accepted into the MN Thesis
- Three references
- A written statement of the applicant’s professional interests and career goals.
- English language proficiency (international students)
International1435 CAD/moduleTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 1435 CAD per module during 24 months.
National874 CAD/moduleTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 874 CAD per module during 24 months.
Living costs for Fredericton
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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Updated in the last 9 months
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