The Bachelor of Nursing is offered in a community that is characterized by a mosaic of cultural groups. The curriculum gives students a solid base in theory. Clinical practice allows students to apply their skills and techniques in actual caregiving environments so that our graduates view people in their entirety when providing a service essential to community health and welfare.
- B.N. Bachelor of Nursing - 4 years
- M.N. Masters of Nursing
- Providing Care in a Culturally Diverse Society (includes a study tour to China).
- Perspectives on Mental Health Nursing.
- Pharmacology in Nursing Practice.
- Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Health care policy analyst
- Registered Nurse
- Public Health Nurse
- School Nurse
- Travel Nurse
What is unique about this program at the U of M?
The Bachelor of Nursing Program offers a solid base in technical theory, hands-on clinical practice and the skills to embrace a challenging, diverse and satisfying career. This program has internationally recognized academic staff with expertise in a variety of areas and students are given the opportunity to experience all aspects of nursing.
About the School
To create, preserve, communicate and apply knowledge,contributing to the cultural, social and economic well-being of the people of Manitoba, Canada and the world.