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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 to 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 in order 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) will follow your preceptor’s schedule, which may include day, evening, or night shifts, and may include weekends and holidays.
Note: The in-person delivery of this program meets the eligibility criteria for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program for international students.