The School of Nursing provides clinical training and research opportunities in the nursing sciences. Includes programs options for bachelor of nursing, bachelor of science in nursing, master of science programs, and joint phd program in nursing.
School of Nursing. Currently the School of Nursing offers an undergraduate program for basic and Post RN students, and a Masters of Nursing program.
School of Health Studies. Offers several programs: a four year program leading to a bachelor of science in psychiatric nursing; a post-diploma baccalaureate program for registered nurses leading to a bachelor of science in nursing; and a post-diploma baccalaureate program for registered psychiatric nurses leading to a bachelor of science in mental health.
Faculty of Nursing. Includes both undergraduate and graduate programs in nursing over various campus locations.
Department of Nursing. The University of New Brunswick offers nursing at four sites: Fredericton, Saint John, Moncton, and Bathurst. Degree options include a four-year bachelor of nursing degree, a baccalaureate nursing education through a post-rn degree completion stream and a masters program.
Offers bachelor and graduate programs. Includes program information, student handbook, course list, and graduation photo gallery.
School of Nursing. Offers the Bachelor of Science in Nursing only. Graduates are eligible to write licensure examinations to practice nursing, and to hold membership in the Association of Nurses of Prince Edward Island.
Two-year diploma program. Includes program information, admission requirements, and application form [PDF].
Department of Nursing. Offers a four-year nursing program leading to a bachelor of science in nursing degree, with a research-based, independent study and collaboration with practitioners of related disciplines. A part-time distance education degree program is available.
The College of Nursing provides two programs leading to a baccalaureate degree in nursing and a masters program in nursing.