Nurse practitioner option
IMPORTANT INFORMATION for the 2015 intake. Please note we will only be accepting full-time applications.
Nurse Practitioner (NP) applicants are admitted every second year (i.e. 2015, 2017, 2019 etc.). Therefore the application deadline for the next admission cycle which begins in September 2017 is January 15, 2017.
NP students must reside in the Province of New Brunswick while completing the program because of the necessity for supervision related to their practice requirements.
The NP stream consists of 57 credit hours (17 courses which include five core courses, seven NP theory courses and five NP practicum courses) and a Synthesis Paper. There are a total of 700 clinical hours of NP practice required for this degree.
To prepare Advanced Practice Nurses who will function as NPs in caring for people across the life span and according to principles of primary health care.
- Graduates of the NP program will have the ability to apply advanced nursing knowledge and research using a primary health care (PHC) model with clients across the lifespan in a variety of settings. The program is designed to build on students' current nursing knowledge, skills, abilities, and judgments.
- Graduates of the NP program will be able to:
o Advance the roles of nursing through the integration of research,theory and practice.
o Address the changing health needs of Canadians
o Meet competencies and standards for NP practice as articulated by NANB
o Be prepared to write the Canadian national competency examinations
Full-time program of study
Please note: All NP Practicums are arranged in consultation with the course Instructor and Preceptor
Are you looking for the NP calendar course descriptions?
N6011 Foundations of Graduate Study
N6203 Advanced Pathophysiology
N6211 Advanced Health Assessment, Health Promotion and Diagnostic Reasoning
N6212 Advanced Health Assessment Practicum (100 hours)
N6012 Health Research Statistics
N6202 Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics
N6016 Evidence Informed Nursing
N6213 Primary Health Care Management Adult I
N6214 Adult I Clinical Practicum
N6204 Roles and Issues is taught the 3rd Wednesday from September - July, 1:00-4:00 over the two years for full-time study.
N6014 Programming in Health Care
N6215 Primary Health Care Management Pediatrics
N6216 Pediatric Clinical Practicum
N6013 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
N6217 Primary Health Care Management Adult II
N6218 Adult II Clinical Practicum
N6219 Final Clinical Practicum
N6204 Roles and Issues (see above)