To be eligible for admission to the master of nursing program (thesis or non-thesis options), you must:
be a graduate of a baccalaureate program in nursing from a recognized university;
have obtained a minimum of a B standing. Admission is competitive;
have completed a nursing research course;
have completed a statistics course within the past 5 years
hold a license to practice nursing in your jurisdiction and have a minimum of one year nursing practice experience.
If you choose the thesis route, you will be required to meet with your supervisor on a regular basis. These meetings may be teleconferenced (students are responsible for teleconference costs).