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NEPS: Nursing Education Program
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Engage in the challenges and rewards of a degree in Nursing. The NEPS curriculum is designed to educate nurses who will practice in the direct care role within the framework of primary health care. It is developed around core concepts derived from nursing, social, and life sciences. There is a strong clinical component and implementation approaches are based on humanism, critical theory, and phenomenology. Themes of health care, caring, ethics, diversity, and critical thinking run through all nursing courses. The four-year program will lead to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Graduates will be eligible for licensure with the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association.

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Post Registration BSN Program Go

Acquire the knowledge and skills for leadership in the improvement of nursing practice. The College of Nursing offers a baccalaureate program in professional nursing for registered nurses (RN) and registered psychiatric nurses (RPN). The program is designed to build on knowledge, skills, and attitudes acquired in a diploma program and enhanced through practice and continuing professional education.

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Masters of Nursing Program Go

Pursue a Masters degree in nursing at the University of Saskatchewan. The College of Nursing offers a program which consists of 24 credits and offers course-based or thesis options leading to the Master of Nursing degree. The program will prepare nurses with advanced clinical knowledge and expertise

Nursing Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Program Go

The College of Nursing is pleased to announce that the PhD program proposal was passed at the College of Graduate Studies and Research Council meeting in March 2007. This brings us one step closer to the program and we hope to admit students in September 2007.

 

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