Application Deadline: March 1
BACHELOR OF NURSING This four-year program is designed to prepare entry- level nurses who will function within a variety of health care settings. The graduate is prepared to assume the roles of direct care-giver, educator, counsellor, advocate, facilitator, co-ordinator of care, researcher, leader, and member of the nursing profession.
Memorial university offers the four year bachelor of nursing (collaborative) program at three locations: Memorial University School of Nursing, St. John’s; Centre for Nursing Studies, St. John’s; Western Regional School of Nursing, Corner Brook. All three locations offer the same curriculum: classroom lectures combined with hands on practical experience.
Note: A fast-track option of the bachelor of nursing (collaborative) program for applicants with an undergraduate degree or advanced standing is available at Memorial University School of Nursing, St. John’s and Western Regional School of Nursing, Corner Brook. The licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Bridging option of the bachelor of nursing (collaborative) program for applicants with a Newfoundland and Labrador LPN diploma program taken in 2002 or later is available at the Centre for Nursing Studies, St. John’s.
Students may apply for admission into the School of Nursing directly from high school by indicating BN (collaborative) in the appropriate place on the university application. In addition to this general application, students must submit a School of Nursing application form as well as a self-appraisal form and two letters of reference. The application and supporting documentation are required by the March 1 deadline.
Direct entry into the program from high school is competitive as there are a limited number of placements. Admission is subject to meeting the minimum admission requirements and does not guarantee a student’s acceptance into the program.
Up to three additional positions per year are available in the bachelor of nursing (collaborative) four-year option program for applicants of Aboriginal ancestry who have met the admission requirements. Applicants must send a letter of request at the time of application and provide documentation of Aboriginal ancestry.
In addition to the general requirements, students must have completed Biology 2201 and 3201 (or Grade 11 and 12 equivalents) as well as Chemistry 3202 (or Grade 12 equivalent). Applicants who have not met these additional requirements but have met the general admission requirements may complete biology and chemistry at the university level and apply for admission into the School of Nursing in their second year (please note that this path will add to the time needed to complete a bachelor of nursing).
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