FACULTY OF
PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS

UNDERGRADUATE
PROGRAMS

Dean Of The Faculty

Dr. Ian J. Newhouse

 

(Schools of Kinesiology, Nursing, Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism, Social Work
and Interdisciplinary Programs in Gerontology)

The following programs are offered:

Bachelor of Arts
(three years)
Honours Bachelor of Arts
(four years)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
(four years)
Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology
(four years)
Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation
(four years)
Honours Bachelor of Social Work
(one or four years)

Native Nurses Entry Program

 

Certificates:

Dementia Studies
Interdisciplinary Palliative Care
Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner

 

PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS REGULATIONS


It is the responsibility of each student registered at Lakehead University to be familiar with the specific requirements of the degree, diploma or certificate which he/she plans to pursue.

Each student is responsible for ensuring that the courses selected at registration satisfy the program requirements of the degree, diploma or certificate sought; academic advice and counselling for all who need assistance is freely available.

It is also understood that every student, by the act of registering, agrees to abide by all rules and regulations of the University.

Each student is expected to be familiar with the General Information pertaining to the faculty or school in which he/she is enrolled.

Students in Professional Schools can normally, independently select courses in a given program providing:
(i) they follow all Calendar regulations
(ii) they consult with the director/co-ordinator where stipulated in the Calendar.

Students in professional schools should be aware that a criminal reference check is required in some programs and that unsafe practice and unsuitable professional behaviour can result in dismissal from the school.

Not all courses outlined in the Calendar are offered every year. Please consult the Office of the Registrar or the concerned Department or School for supplementary information regarding final and complete timetable, course offerings and course instructors prior to registration.

Courses not offered this academic year (fall/winter terms) are indicated by the words "NOT OFFERED THIS YEAR" below the course description. Nevertheless, students should refer to the Timetable as a final check.

Academic regulations for the School of Kinesiology may be found on page 128, the School of Nursing on page 134, the School of Outdoor Recreation on page 141 and the School of Social Work on page 146.


See also:
Faculty of Professional Schools - Undergraduate Programs
- Interdisciplinary Programs in Gerontology
- School of Kinesiology
- School of Nursing
- School of Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism
- School of Social Work

Faculty of Graduate Studies
- Information/Regulations
- Faculty of Professional Schools

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2007-2008 Calendar version