Welcome to the Faculty of Nursing

Students practice nursing skills in simulation room

Educating nurses for over 50 years, Memorial University of Newfoundland's Faculty of Nursing has grown a reputation for excellence in this province, across the country and internationally.

We offer a bachelor of science in nursing (BScN) program with a four-year option and three-year accelerated option. Our graduate programs include a master of science in nursing (MScN) program with practicum and nurse practitioner (NP) options, a post-master’s nurse practitioner graduate diploma in Nursing, and a doctor of philosophy (PhD) in Nursing.

Nursing is one of today’s most challenging and rewarding careers, and nurses play a vital role in our health care system. They work to promote health and prevent illness in a variety of settings. As educators we are privileged to guide the development of future generations of nurses and nurse leaders.

 

 

Events

Feature

Rebecca Puddester, Erin Blackwood, Amanda Joy and Savannah Isaacs

When COVID-19 took the world by storm in March 2020, the Faculty of Nursing’s (FON) team of Learning Resource Centre (LRC) instructors went home with more than laptop computers and notebooks.

News

As the province begins to loosen COVID-19 regulations, Memorial is also making changes to COVID-19 protocols. A detailed table is available outlining updates to COVID-19 guidance for the university as of Feb. 28 and March 14 respectively.