McMaster University

McMaster University

Graduate Program in Nursing

Leading, engaging and inspiring

The focus on research, innovation and student-centred learning within the Graduate Program in Nursing allows our students to become leading clinical health science investigators in nursing who contribute to the development of the theoretical basis of practice and the evaluation of health care interventions and programs. In providing the opportunity for advanced education and research in nursing, our M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programs are offered on a full-time and part-time basis.

The Graduate Program in Nursing was established in 1994 and leads to a Ph.D. degree by thesis, an M.Sc. by thesis or an M.Sc. by course work. A diploma in Advanced Neonatal Nursing is available to M.Sc. students and M.Sc. prepared neonatal nurses.

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Key Contacts

Assistant Dean, Nursing Graduate Program

Dr. Nancy Carter
905.525.9140 x 22259


Graduate Officer

Mary Lynn Taylor
905.525.9140 x22983

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