Programs & courses
On this page you will find information about fully online and distance delivery programs and courses available during the academic year. For details about these programs and courses, click on the link to the program or department for further details.
For information about blended delivery courses, please consult the course schedule or contact the department offering the course. In addition, the Faculty of Continuing Education and Extension offers a wide range of credit-free online courses.
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Advanced Studies in Critical Care Nursing has three distinct streams: Critical Care Nursing, Emergency Nursing, and Neuroscience Nursing, each with two levels of study.
|ACCN 5583: Advanced Trauma Care: Clinical II|
|ACCN 5591: Emergency Nursing: Clinical I|
This program will provide you with the knowledge to assist you with preserving evidence, providing expert testimony as well as counselling and intervention for victims or offenders. You must have post-secondary education in allied health, social policy, criminology or justice to be accepted into the program.
FORE 5501: Forensic History, Risk Populations and Issues
FORE 5503: Forensic Psychiatry and Correctional Populations
FORE 5505: Victims of Violence
FORE 5507: Forensic Science
FORE 5509: Expert Witness Testimony
FORE 5511: Crime Scene Investigation and Evidence
FORE 5513: Sexual Assault Examination and Intervention Theory
With today’s aging population, professionals who specialize in healthy aging play a more important role than ever before. Mount Royal's Studies in Aging Certificate Program is designed for those who already have a diploma or degree from an accredited post-secondary institution. The certificate program takes an in-depth approach to meeting the multi-faceted needs of older adults and will appeal to a variety of professionals.
SAGE 2401: Perspectives in AgingOffered Fall 2013
SAGE 3303: Health and AgingOffered Winter 2014
SAGE 3407: Aging and Physical HealthOffered Winter 2014
SAGE 3413: Aging FamiliesNot Offered
SAGE 3415: Sexuality and AgingNot Offered
SAGE 4405: Aging and Mental HealthOffered Fall 2013
SAGE 4417: Interdisciplinary Teamwork in Aging Not Offered
|SAGE 4490: Capstone ProjectOffered Winter 2014 and Spring/Summer 2014|
To be accepted into the program you must have a post-secondary diploma or degree in nursing or respiratory therapy. The program has two areas of specialization that you can choose from: Neonatal Nursing and Perinatal Nursing.
ASPN 5501: Development and Homeostasis
ASPN 5503: Assessment
|ASPN 5506: Critical Moments I |
Offered Fall 2013 and Winter 2014
|ASPN 5508: Critical Moments II |
Offered Winter 2014 and Spring/Summer 2014
ASPN 5591: Neonatal Nursing Clinical Experience
|ECON 2211: Intermediate Economic Theory - Microeconomics I (formerly ECON 3301)|
|NURS 4465: Supportive Environments for Mental Health|