McGill University’s Ingram School of Nursing creates an environment for students to excel, to innovate, and to be proud ambassadors of the nursing profession as they prepare for their careers on the frontlines of public and global health.
We are committed to the highest standards of academic excellence and cutting-edge research and innovation, and to fostering dynamic collaborations at the local, national, and global levels. We espouse a Strengths-Based approach to nursing, a philosophy and value-driven approach spearheaded by McGill’s own Dr. Laurie Gottlieb, RN.
The School offers students the chance to discover the many rewarding opportunities the nursing profession has to offer, all in new facilities with state-of-the-art learning laboratories.
- Ingram School of Nursing
- 680 Sherbrooke Street West, Suite 1800
- Montreal QC H3A 2M7
- Telephone: 514-398-3784
- Fax: 514-398-8455
- Website: mcgill.ca/nursing
About the Ingram School of Nursing
As part of McGill’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, the Ingram School of Nursing has demonstrated leadership in unique ways since 1920.
Our programs offer students the chance to explore, discover, and learn about the endless opportunities within nursing in the 21st century. At the Ingram School of Nursing, our dedicated clinical and university-based faculty members are accomplished leaders in the fields of research, clinical practice, and education.
Mission and Vision
To educate current and future nurses; advance the art and science of nursing; and optimize health and health equity globally through academic excellence, strengths-based nursing, and innovation.
Creating conditions for health and healing through knowledgeable, compassionate, strengths-based nursing.
Nursing (103 credits)
The B.Sc.(N.) is a 3-4 year program (including summer sessions) that focuses on complex and contemporary nursing issues. As a preparation for a nursing career, the program includes innovative courses on fundamental nursing expertise, skills and critical thinking. Completion of this program entitles successful graduates to sit licensure examinations in Quebec, Canada, and other countries. This program is accredited by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing.
Integrated Nursing (65 credits)
This program is offered in two modalities, online and on campus. Students must register in online or on campus courses according to the program they are admitted into.
For details on the course of study, please refer to http://www.mcgill.ca/nursing/programs/bachelor-nursing-integrated/courses.
Please click here for information on additional requirements for students pursuing this online program:
Online (Distance) Programs
Students registered in exclusively online (sometimes referred to as ‘distance’) programs are obligated to declare, for every term they are registered in the online program, where they are while studying. For students pursuing an online program, location while studying is considered along with the fee residency status (i.e. Quebec Resident, Canadian or International) when determining what fees are charged.
The following programs are designed to be offered exclusively online and, with some exceptions, are not offered on one of McGill’s campuses:
- Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Management*#
- Graduate Certificate (Gr. Cert.) International Leadership in Educational and Administrative Development (15 credits)*
- Graduate Certificate (Gr. Cert.) Educational Leadership 1 (15 credits)**
- Graduate Certificate (Gr. Cert.) Educational Leadership 2 (15 credits)**
- Graduate Certificate (Gr. Cert.) Educational Leadership 3 (15 credits)**
- Graduate Certificate (Gr. Cert.) Teaching English as a Second Language (15 credits)**
- Graduate Certificate (Gr. Cert.) Chronic Pain Management (15 credits)
- Certificat d’études supérieures (Cert.ed.sup.) pédagogie de l’immersion française (15 crs)
Undergraduate ProgramsContinuing Studies Programs (Undergraduate and Graduate Levels)
*: Tuition for these programs is self-funded**: These programs may also have a on-campus equivalent. Only students in online programs must use Minerva to submit a declaration of location for a registered term#: Please note that this program has an effective term of Winter 2022. For more information about this program please contact the Desautels Faculty of Management.Students in all programs above, except those that are self-funded, will pay tuition as follows:
- Certificate (Cert.) Applied Cybersecurity (30 credits)
- Certificate (Cert.) Computers and Information Technology (30 credits)
- Certificate (Cert.) Indigenous Business Management (30 credits)
- Certificate (Cert.) Public Administration and Governance (30 credits)
- Diploma (Dip.) Public Administration and Governance (30 credits)
- Graduate Diploma (Gr. Dip.) Legal Translation (30 credits)
Most regular university charges will apply to all students in all online programs, but certain fees may be reduced or eliminated for students located outside the province while studying. For example, the Athletics & Recreation Fee is not charged to students located outside Quebec, and International students located outside Quebec but within Canada may request to opt-in to the International Health Insurance through mcgill.ca/internationalstudents/health.
Online program students must self-declare their location while studying for every term they are registered in the online program, via Minerva under the Student Menu > Location of Study – Online (distance) program. Students are notified by email that the Minerva form for the upcoming term is open and can be accessed for completion. The form opens to all registered students in the above programs on:
Once a student has declared their location for a given term, they cannot use Minerva to update the information for that term if it should change. To make a change to the declaration:
- July 16 Fall term
- Nov 16 Winter term
- Mar 16 Summer term
Students will be asked to support their application for a change in location with appropriate documentation which can include, for example, Quebec Medicare Card, Quebec Driver’s License, rental agreement, mail addressed to them at a Quebec address, etc. If the change of location occurs by the last day of classes in the Fall/Winter terms, and August 15th for the Spring/Summer terms, then the change will affect that term. After these dates, a student must wait for the opening of the new term to make the new self-declaration for that term. If the proof cannot be provided by the last day of classes for the term of the requested change, then Enrolment Services reserves the right to refuse the application to make the change.
Where it is determined that a student has falsely declared themselves to be in Quebec, then the University reserves the right to re-assess tuition at the deregulated rates for their program and in addition be subject to the rules contained in the Student Code of Conduct.
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