Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

Enrolment

Bachelor
Master
Post-Master Nurse Practitioner Diploma
Master & Doctoral (Collaborative)
Doctoral
  • Enrolment for Bachelor Students

    Incoming BScN year one students will not have to register for courses as they will be automatically enrolled.


    Applications for Course NUR480 Elective

    Students who have completed all course requirements for BScN and are interested in global health or completing an international clinical practicum may explore the following option:

    NUR480 Critical Perspectives in Global Health Nursing – An Elective Practicum

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    This elective course provides an opportunity for an enriched, independent experience of clinical practice at the level of novice nurse, in a resource- constrained setting. The purpose of this course is to facilitate understanding of global health issues, social determinants of health, and provision of health care services to marginalized communities. Constant reflexivity, use of a critical lens guided theoretically by a post-colonial feminist perspective, placements will focus on primary health care principles, in urban and rural settings in India through Bloomberg Nursing’s established connection with the Catholic Health Association of India (CHAI) .

    Applications are placed through International Affairs.


    Please refer to Sessional Dates for Graduate Students for important information.

  • Enrolment for Master Students


    ACORN/ROSI

    The University of Toronto’s student system known as ACORN/ROSI provides online access to student and alumni academic information. It is also used for course enrolment.

    Support regarding security, hours of operation, and browser issues are also provided. Visit the ACORN/ROSI website for more info. Course enrolment normally opens on ACORN/ROSI in late July for the following fall and winter sessions. Course enrolment normally opens on ACORN/ROSI in March for the following summer session. The Registrar will contact you by email a few weeks prior to the start of course enrolment to provide detailed instructions.


    Enrolment for the HSLA Students

    HSLA students will not have to register for courses as they will be automatically enrolled.


    Enrolment for Clinical Field Students 

    Students in the Clinical field will enroll themselves in all courses, except NUR1072Y, via ACORN/ROSI. The Faculty will enroll students in NUR1072Y once they are eligible (i.e., once all other program requirements are met).


    Enrolment for Nurse Practitioner Field Students

    Students in the Nurse Practitioner field follow a much more structured program of study. NP courses are offered once per year and must be taken sequentially. The Faculty will enroll NP students in the NP specialty courses:

    • NUR1100Y
    • NUR1101/1102/1114H
    • NUR1115/1116/1117H
    • NUR1215/1216/1217H
    • NUR1110Y

    Nurse Practitioner students will enroll themselves in the foundation courses only:

    • NUR1017H
    • NUR1022H
    • NUR1028H
    • NUR1034H

    Please refer to Sessional Dates for Graduate Students for important information.

     


  • Enrolment for Post-Master Nurse Practitioner Diploma Students

    PMNP students will not have to register for courses as they will be automatically enrolled.


    Please refer to Sessional Dates for Graduate Students for important information.

  • Enrolment for Master & Doctoral (Collaborative) Students

    ACORN/ROSI

    The University of Toronto’s student system known as ACORN/ROSI provides online access to student and alumni academic information. It is also used for course enrolment.

    Support regarding security, hours of operation, and browser issues are also provided. Visit the ACORN/ROSI website for more info. Course enrolment normally opens on ACORN/ROSI in late July for the following fall and winter sessions. Course enrolment normally opens on ACORN/ROSI in March for the following summer session. The Registrar will contact you by email a few weeks prior to the start of course enrolment to provide detailed instructions.


    Students participating in a collaborative program should contact the Collaborative Program Office for instructions around enrolling in collaborative courses. Some Collaborative Programs will enroll students in courses, other will reserve space in a course but ask you to enroll yourself via ACORN/ROSI. In both cases, you may ultimately need Student Services at the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing to approve your enrolment in collaborative courses in ACORN/ROSI.


    Please refer to Sessional Dates for Graduate Students for important information.

  • Enrolment for Doctoral Students

    ACORN/ROSI

    The University of Toronto’s student system known as ACORN/ROSI provides online access to student and alumni academic information. It is also used for course enrolment.

    Support regarding security, hours of operation, and browser issues are also provided. Visit the ACORN/ROSI website for more info. Course enrolment normally opens on ACORN/ROSI in late July for the following fall and winter sessions. Course enrolment normally opens on ACORN/ROSI in March for the following summer session. The Registrar will contact you by email a few weeks prior to the start of course enrolment to provide detailed instructions.


    The Faculty will enroll PhD students in NUR1081Y (PhD seminar) and RST9999Y (thesis).

    PhD students will enroll themselves in all other courses using the course enrolment function on ACORN/ROSI.


    PhD Program Forms

    School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Student Forms

    PhD Program Plan

    PhD Supervisory Committee Formation

    PhD Record of Supervisory Committee meeting

    PhD Statement of Supervisor – Student Agreement

    PhD Component Requirements for Candidacy

    PhD Literature Review Paper Guidelines


    Please refer to Sessional Dates for Graduate Students for important information.

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