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Learn to play a critical role in treatment and recovery for patients, and to support broader public health goals.
Build upon your professional experience as a registered nurse, registered practical nurse or internationally educated nurse.
The MN Course Stream prepares students for management and leadership roles in policy and education.
Graduates of our MN Thesis Stream contribute to evidence-based practice as researchers, academics and more.
Students earn a Master’s degree and PHCNP Certificate concurrently, preparing them to write the College of Nurses of Ontario’s NP - Primary Health Care (Ontario) exam and work as nurse practitioners.
Prepare to work as a nurse practitioner in community health, NP-led clinics, long term and palliative care, family health teams and more.
The new interdisciplinary Urban Health PhD program prepares graduates to become effective leaders in research, policy and practice.