Master of Science in Nursing (MScN), Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioners (PHCNP), Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD)
This graduate program offers cutting-edge innovation and foundational values for nurses who want to be the leaders, educators, and advanced nurse practitioners of tomorrow.
The program integrates relational principles with theoretical knowledge on transformational and organizational leadership, caring and narrative pedagogies, global and local policy, and human health experiences.
Graduate Program in Nursing at a Glance
To obtain your MScN full-time with part-time options
To obtain your PHCNP full-time with part-time options
To obtain your PhD full-time
Jennifer Hodder is in the Master of Nursing (part-time) program, currently in her 4th year. She has been a critical care trauma nurse for the last 19 years at St. Michael’s Hospital. With Dr. Cheryl van Daalen-Smith as her supervisor, she has been studying gun violence through the perceptions of critical care trauma nurses and their experiences of caring for individuals with gunshot injuries and their families.
The Graduate Program in Nursing at York is an exciting environment to pursue innovative, socially engaging, career-ready education. Contact our Graduate Program Assistant to learn more.