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PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
TUITION & FEES
- Language Arts – this requirement can be met with any of the following, or an equivalent course:
- Mathematics – this requirement can be met with any of the following, or an equivalent course:
- 60% in Mathematics 20-1 or 70% in Mathematics 20-2
- 50% in Mathematics 30-1 or 60% in Mathematics 30-2
- 60% in MATH 1524
- Biology – this requirement can be met with the following, or an equivalent course:
- 60% in Biology 30
Program Status Definitions
|Open:||Program is currently accepting applications.|
|Limited:||Program is nearing capacity, or seats are currently being reserved only for select populations. You may be placed on a waitlist.|
|Waitlist:||Program is currently at capacity and accepting applications for a waitlist.|
|Full:||Program is at capacity, and is no longer accepting applications.|
|Upcoming:||Program is not yet accepting applications.|
Lecture classes are available:
- In person, at the Edmonton or Wetaskiwin campus.
- Online real-time, with labs at the Edmonton or Wetaskiwin campus.
- Online anytime, with labs at the Edmonton campus. Each course has a fixed start date. You will have 12 weeks to complete each course. Study and complete assignments on your own schedule. Real-time instructor support is available on request. Exam dates are scheduled by each student.
Some courses have mandatory in-person labs.
- In-person students: you will complete your labs at your chosen campus. Labs will be scheduled 1 to 3 times per week throughout the term.
- Online real-time students: you will complete your labs at the Edmonton or Wetaskiwin campus. Labs will be scheduled 1-3 times per week throughout the term.
- Online anytime students: you will complete your labs at the Edmonton campus. Labs will be for 2-4 days and scheduled near the end of each course.
You may need access to a vehicle and/or be required to travel to complete your clinical practice courses in a variety of settings.
- Instructor-led clinical placements (NPRT 1001, NPRT 2101, and NPRT 2102): For online anytime and Edmonton campus students, placements will occur in Edmonton or surrounding communities. Wetaskiwin campus students will be placed in Wetaskiwin or surrounding communities.
- Your preceptored clinical placement (NPRT 2200) may be arranged in or close to your community. You will follow your preceptor’s schedule, which may include day, evening, or night shifts, and may include weekends and holidays.
There are limited seats in all classes. We encourage students to register early to be able to choose the classes they want.
Note: The in-person delivery of this program meets the eligibility criteria for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program for international students.