"The career possibilities for nurses today are far reaching and the employment rates for our graduates are high."
Don Rose, PhD, MN, BScN
Program Director and Director, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing Ryerson University
Collaboration lies at the heart of contemporary nursing. Every therapeutic interaction is a relationship, and every relationship exists within the wider healthcare community.
The Ryerson-Centennial-George Brown Collaborative Nursing Degree Program is a leading-edge learning and clinical environment built on a foundation of productive relationships – between schools, faculty, students and placements.
This holistic approach reflects the need for well-coordinated healthcare by coordinating across all three campuses. And it cultivates thoughtful and compassionate leaders who create effective healthcare teams through collaboration, connection and care.
Your studies can begin at any one of three sites: Ryerson, Centennial or George Brown. In the first two years, each school offers the same curriculum. You then move to Ryerson for your third and fourth years, including graduating with a degree from Ryerson.