3. Bachelor of Science in Nursing (for Registered Nurses)

Two Year program
Students should refer to the Admissions section, page 33, for information regarding entrance requirements to this program.

Third Year (Fall and Winter):
Fall Term Winter Term
Lec Lab Lec Lab
Nursing 3010 - Health and Primary Health Care*

3

0

0

0
Nursing 3030 - Client Health across the Lifespan*

0

0

3

0
Nursing 3050 - Assessing Individuals*

3

0

0

0
Nursing 3070 - Assessing Families*

0

0

3

0
Nursing 3090 - Assessing Groups & Communities*

0

0

3

0
Nursing 3510 - Introduction to Nursing Research I

0

0

3

0
Biology 2030 - Principles of Physiology

0

0

2

3
Mathematics 0212 - Quantitative Methods for the Health Scientist

3

1

0

0
Chemistry 1210 - Organic and Biochemistry for Health Sciences

3

2

0

0
One FCE elective in the Humanities or Social Sciences

3

0

3

0

*These courses will be offered by Distance Education/Web enhanced format.

Fourth Year:
The fourth year is divided into four (4) six-week blocks. In the first 6-week block, the student will take the theory courses Nursing 4110, 4130, 4370, and 4510. In the second and third six-week blocks, the student will complete the clinical courses Nursing 4450 and 4380. The student must also complete one and one-half FCE electives.

ELECTIVE COURSES

These Nursing courses are open to non-Nursing students and may be taken as an elective by Nursing students.
Nursing 2139 - Gerontology
Nursing 2410 - Health in Chronic and Terminal Conditions
Nursing 3250 - Community Cancer Care
Nursing 3450 - Introduction to Case Management
Nursing 3770 - Introduction to Complementary Therapies
Nursing 4272 - Occupational Health and Safety
Nursing 4274 - Advanced Topics in Nursing (Restricted to Nursing students or nurses.)

 


See also:
Nursing Courses

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2007-2008 Calendar version