Bachelor of Nursing
Students accepted to the bachelor of nursing (collaborative) program at the Western Regional School of Nursing will normally take the following courses in their first year:
|FALL SEMESTER||WINTER SEMESTER|
|Nursing 1002||Nursing 1012|
|Nursing 1003||Nursing 1014|
|Nursing 1004||Nursing 1015|
|Nursing 1017 (this is a one-credit course)||Nursing 1016|
|English 1000||Nursing 1520|
(3 week course in April-May)
Students applying to nursing next year
Students who plan on applying to the bachelor of nursing (collaborative) program in the following year, must complete the required biology and/or chemistry courses if they have not completed the required high school courses.
In addition, they 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 an English critical reading and writing course
- Psychology 1000
- three credit hours in either sociology, anthropology or archaeology
- three credit hours in Philosophy or Religious Studies 2610
- Statistics 1510 or 2500 (or equivalent) or Education 2900 (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 electives
Completion of these non-nursing courses does not guarantee acceptance into the BN Program. Students should seek advice from Academic Advising at Grenfell Campus prior to registering for required non-nursing courses.
For assistance with course selection, contact Grenfell Campus Academic Advising.