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Advanced Studies in Critical Care Nursing Emergency Nursing

Mount Royal University

Mount Royal University

www.mtroyal.ca
The ACCN program is the perfect blend of semester-based theoretical coursework and hands on clinical practicums uniquely offered through distance learning to adjust to where you live and your busy life. Applicants have six years to complete the program allowing you to take the courses at your own pace. Flexibility within the semester is built in to allow adult learners to manage external commitments. The ACCN program is recognized by ER and ICU departments across Canada giving graduates from our program a competitive edge when applying for positions. Clinical practicums are offered at select locations across Canada (some restrictions apply). International students, please contact us for possible options. If you already work in the ER or ICU, you may be eligible to challenge the clinical practicum by showcasing your experience. If you are an allied health personnel or nursing student, you may be eligible to take certain theory courses in the ACCN program. Four three-credit theory courses and a 210-hour clinical practicum prepare you for a range of minor to complex multi-system challenges among ill or injured patients in the emergency department. This certificate program will help you achieve optimal outcomes for patients in all age groups using evidence-based nursing practices.
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Admissions and Recruitment Office
4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
Calgary, Alberta, T3E 6K6, Canada

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  • Program Type Post-Diploma
  • Credential Type Certificate
  • Length 1 Year or Less
  • Part Time Only
  • Cooperative Education
  • Continuing Education
  • Distance Learning Only
Admission Requirements
Graduation from recognized post-secondary educational institution with a diploma or degree as a Registered Nurse or senior-level status in a recognized nursing program. Current, active registrations with the CARNA or equivalent.

Distance Delivery Options

Distance Delivery


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Updated June 28, 2022. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.

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