Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
|PhD Course Requirements (a Minimum of 18 credit units PLUS NURS 996 are required)|
|Sample timetable for students|
|NURS 895||Philosophy of Nursing Science|
|NURS 896||Nursing Research: Advanced Qualitative Methodologies|
|NURS 897||Nursing Research: Advanced Research Methods in Quantitative Design|
|NURS 9972||Doctoral Research Seminar|
|GSR 960||Introduction to Ethics & Integrity|
|GSR 961 or GSR 962||Ethics and Integrity in Human Research or
Ethics in Animal Research (if applicable)
|PLUS - Students are expected to take 6 credit units of cognate courses in addition to the courses listed above. Students are encouraged to discuss appropriate courses with their supervisors.|
|PLUS - Students are required to take an advanced level statistics course.|
- Students writing a PhD dissertation must register in this course in all 3 terms - Fall, Winter, Spring/Summer.
- Students are required to register in NURS 997 for the duration of their course work.
- Students are required to register in NURS 990 for the duration of their program.
Cognate Area Courses
Students are expected to take a minimum of 6 credit units in their cognate area. These 800 level courses should address students' areas of specialization and research. Cognate courses must be approved by the PhD Advisory Committee.Note: These courses may be developed by College of Nursing Faculty as Special Topics (NURS 898.3) or selected from other disciplines or other universities in the Western Dean's Agreement or Saskatchewan Universities Graduate Agreement (SUGA).