Graduate Degree & Funding description
The PHCNP program utilizes diverse learning modalities. Two of the 7 PHCNP courses are offered on-line, four require seminar attendance here at York, and five require clinical placements. Clinical placements for York University students are in the GTA only. Please see the map on the link to the NP website. All students will be required to travel to class and to clinical placements sites.
Hold a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (or equivalent such as a Bachelor of Nursing degree) from an accredited university program, with a minimum B average in the last two years of study. Be a member of College of Nurses of Ontario and hold annual registration payment card. Be a member of, and carry liability protection with, the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario. Evidence of the equivalence of 2 years fulltime nursing practice as a Registered Nurse following graduation (= 3640 hours within the past 5 years).
Type Of Funding
Specific Program Funding Information
York offers competitive funding to all qualified graduate studentsYork University is committed to promoting excellence in research and teaching for graduate students.
Training opportunities and funding are provided through research assistantships in the student's field of study, teaching assistantships with relevant undergraduate programs and/or graduate assistantships with faculty members or research units.
At the time of offer of admission, qualified graduate students are provided with a guaranteed funding package for the duration of their program.
Amount For Phd
Amount For MSC
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