Programs

“We really value George Brown students in our organization. They are very well prepared. They are ready to care for our patients, and they have that enthusiasm – that inquisitiveness to learn. We try to hire George Brown grads as they graduate, and then watch their transition into the professional socialization of nursing.”

Claire Mallette, RN, PhD,
Director of Nursing Education Placement & Development, University Health Network.

George Brown offers comprehensive nursing training for nurses at all levels of their career from full-time degree programs to professional development certificates.

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Certificate
Personal Support Worker is a two-semester program that trains students to provide or assist with personal care for the elderly, the chronically ill and people with physical disabilities living in the community, in long-term care facilities and in select ambulatory care settings. Classes are held at our state-of-the-art Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Sciences located at the Waterfront Campus.
2017-2018
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Credential: Ontario College Certificate
The two-semester Personal Support Worker (PSW) program teaches students the necessary skills required to provide or assist with personal care for the elderly, the chronically ill, and persons with disabilities living in the community, in long-term care facilities and in select ambulatory care settings. Classes are held at our state-of-the-art Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Science located at the Waterfront Campus.
2016-2017
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Credential: George Brown College Certificate
Personal Support Worker Pathway to Practical Nursing is a one-semester program that prepares Personal Support Worker (PSW) graduates for entry into the Practical Nursing (PN) program. Created and designed by the Sally Horsfall Eaton School of Nursing faculty and taught at our state-of-the-art Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Sciences located at the Waterfront Campus, this 252-hour program is a full-time program at 16 hours per week.
2017-2018
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Credential: George Brown College Certificate
The one-semester Personal Support Worker Pathway to Practical Nursing program prepares Personal Support Worker (PSW) graduates for entry into the Practical Nursing (PN) program. Created and designed by the Sally Horsfall Eaton School of Nursing faculty and taught at our award-winning Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Sciences located at the Waterfront Campus, this 252-hour program is a full-time program at approximately 18 hours per week.
2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Certificate
R.P.N. Bridge to B.Sc.N. is a two-semester bridging program that teaches Registered Practical Nurses (who have graduated from a two-year diploma program in Ontario) the knowledge and skills necessary to enter Trent University's Nursing degree program offered on-site at George Brown College.
2017-2018
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Credential: Ontario College Certificate
R.P.N. Bridge to B.Sc.N. is a two-semester bridging program that provides Registered Practical Nurses (who have graduated from a two-year diploma program in Ontario) with the knowledge and skills necessary to enter Trent University's Nursing degree program offered on-site at George Brown College.

DIPLOMA PROGRAMS

2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Diploma
Practical Nursing is a two-year program that teaches students the necessary skills required to work as a practical nurse. Following successful completion of the program, graduates will be eligible to write the national Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE).
2017-2018
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Credential: Ontario College Diploma
The two-year Practical Nursing program teaches students the skills required to work as a practical nurse. Following successful completion of the program, graduates will be eligible to write the National Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE).

ADVANCED DIPLOMA PROGRAMS

DEGREE PROGRAMS

2016-2017
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Credential: Ryerson University Bachelors Degree
Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a four-year collaborative nursing degree between George Brown College, Ryerson University and Centennial College. This degree is a requirement for anyone wishing to work as a Registered Nurse in the province of Ontario. Following successful completion of this program, graduates will be eligible to write the Registered Nursing examination, and after passing, will be granted a Certificate of Registration by the College of Nurses of Ontario and be eligible to practice as a Registered Nurse in the province of Ontario.
2017-2018
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Credential: Ryerson University Bachelors Degree
Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a collaborative nursing degree between George Brown College, Ryerson University and Centennial College. This four-year degree is a requirement for anyone wishing to work as a Registered Nurse in the province of Ontario.

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS

2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Registered Nurse – Critical Care Nursing is a one-semester postgraduate certificate program that prepares Registered Nurses to give competent care to critically ill individuals and their families.
2017-2018
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Registered Nurse – Critical Care Nursing is a one-semester graduate certificate program that prepares Registered Nurses to give competent care to critically ill individuals and their families.
2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Registered Nurse – Critical Care Nursing is an eight-month online postgraduate certificate program that prepares Registered Nurses to provide competent care for critically ill individuals and their families. The combined theory and clinical courses encompass the level 1, 2 and 3 Critical Care Standards of Practice as outlined by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care.
2017-2018
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Registered Nurse – Critical Care Nursing is an eight-month online graduate certificate program that teaches Registered Nurses how to provide competent care for critically ill individuals and their families. The combined theory and clinical courses encompass the level 1, 2 and 3 Critical Care Standards of Practice as outlined by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care.
2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Registered Nurse – Operating Room Perioperative Nursing is a one-semester program that prepares the Registered Nurse to work as an operating room nurse through two unique phases of theory and clinical practice.
2017-2018
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Registered Nurse – Operating Room Perioperative Nursing teaches the Registered Nurse how to work as an operating room nurse through two unique phases of theory and clinical practice.
2016-2017
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Registered Nurse – Perinatal Intensive Care Nursing is a graduate certificate program that prepares Registered Nurses to care for critically ill newborns and their families in an intensive care setting.
2017-2018
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Credential: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Registered Nurse – Perinatal Intensive Care Nursing is a graduate certificate program that prepares Registered Nurses to care for critically ill newborns and their families in an intensive care setting.