Bachelor of science in nursing

Students accepted to the bachelor of science in nursing (collaborative) program at the Centre for Nursing Studies or Memorial University Faculty of Nursing will normally take the following courses in their first year:

Centre for Nursing Studies
FALL SEMESTERWINTER SEMESTER
Nursing 1002 Nursing 1012
Nursing 1003 Nursing 1014
Nursing 1004 Nursing 1015
English 1090 Nursing 1016
Biochemistry 1430 Nursing 1520
Nursing 1017 (this is a one-credit course)  
Memorial University Faculty of Nursing
FALL SEMESTERWINTER SEMESTER
Nursing 1002 Nursing 1012
Nursing 1003 Nursing 1014
Nursing 1004 Nursing 1015
English 1090 Nursing 1016
Biochemistry 1430 Nursing 1520
Nursing 1017 (this is a one-credit course)  

Students applying to nursing next year

If you plan on applying to the in the following year, you must complete the required biology and/or chemistry courses if you have not completed the required high school courses.

In addition, you may complete non-nursing courses which are required in the BN program, but are not required for admission. These courses include:

  • six credit hours in English critical reading and writing (CRW) courses
  • Psychology 1000 (or equivalent)
  • Biochemistry 1430 (or equivalent)
  • Biology 3053 (or equivalent)
  • three credit hours in either sociology, anthropology or archaeology
  • three credit hours in Philosophy or Religious Studies 2610
  • Statistics 2500 (or Statistics 1510, 2550, Education 2900, Psychology 2910 or 2925) or a statistics course acceptable to the faculty
    • Education 2900 is reserved for education students. Students who have received credit for a minimum of 18 credit hours may be able to register for this course if space permits once the reserves are lifted.
  • three credit hours in an elective course from any academic unit
    • for accelerated option applicants, these three credit hours will be credited towards the B.Sc.(Nursing) degree for successful applicants, but are not part of the 12 credit hours required for admission.

Completion of these non-nursing courses does not guarantee acceptance into the BN program. You should seek advice from the Academic Advising Centre prior to registering for the non-nursing courses.

Contact information

For assistance with course selection, contact the Academic Advising Centre.

For additional program information, visit the Memorial Univeristy Faculty of Nursing, the Centre for Nursing Studies or contact the Undergraduate Nursing Admissions Office.