Criteria for Admission
- To apply for the program of study applicants must:
- Hold a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from an acknowledged university
- Have experience in oncology and/or palliative care nursing
Eligibility for the full Masters
In order to ensure their successful completion of the Master’s in Oncology and Palliative Care Nursing, applicants must have successfully completed their Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing with an average grade greater than or equal to 75% (>2.5 GPA). This point is to ensure only those who are likely to be successful in all elements of the Master’s are admitted to the program.
To earn a Master’s degree in “Oncology and Palliative Care Nursing”, a student has to complete 38 credits hours over five semesters including summer. The program is a part-time 2 days/week.