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  • Objectives
    Start your bachelor’s degree in nursing at CNC! The Northern Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program leads to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN), awarded by UNBC (2 years at each institution).
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Course description
    Year One -- at CNC
    • ANTH 101     Cultural Anthropology
    • BIO 105     Basic Microbiology
    • BIO 111     Anatomy and Physiology l
    • BIO 112     Anatomy and Physiology ll
    • NURS 101     The Art and Science of Nursing
    • NURS 102     Communication Theory and Practice
    • PSYC 101     Introduction to Psychology
    Year Two -- at CNC
    • MATH 104     Statistics.  MATH 157 or PSYC 201 also meet statistics requirements.
    • NURS 201     Introduction to Health Assessment
    • NURS 202     Pathophysiological Concepts
    • NURS 203     Health Promotion in Families
    • NURS 204     Healing Modalities
    • NURS 205     Introduction to First Nations Health
    • NURS 206     Basic Nutrition
    • NURS 210     Nursing Practice with the Adult
    • NURS 211     Clinical Practicum: Adult
        
    Intersession 1     
    • NURS 220     Extended Clinical Practicum 1 (5 weeks, supervised, 32.5 hours/week)
    Year Three -- at UNBC
    • NURS 304     Introduction to Nursing Knowledge
    • NURS 306     Introduction to Epidemiology
    • NURS 308     Ethics and Law in Nursing
    • NURS 312     Mental Health Nursing Practice
    • NURS 313     Nursing Practice - Elderly Adult
    • NURS 315     Clinical Practicum: Mental Health
    • NURS 316     Clinical Practicum: Elderly Adult
    • NURS 317        Maternity Nursing Theory
    • NURS 318      Pediatric Nursing Theory
    • NURS 321     Maternity Nursing Clinical
    • NURS 322     Pediatric Nursing Clinical
        
    Intersession 2     

    • NURS 320     Extended Clinical Practicum 2 (5 weeks, supervised, 32.5 hours/week)
    Year Four -- at UNBC
    • NURS 403     Introduction to Nursing Research
    • NURS 408     Nursing Leadership
    • NURS 415     Introduction to Health and Community Nursing
    • NURS 416     Clinical Practicum: Community Nursing
    • POLS 403     Social & Health Policy & Administration
        Focus area theory course: 3 credits
        Focus area practicum: 5 credits.

    *Focus areas — at least one of the following areas of clinical focus:

        * Acute Care Nursing (NURS 426 and NURS 443);
        * Rural Nursing (NURS 424 and NURS 442);
        * First Nations Health & Nursing (NURS 422 and NURS 441);
        * Community Health Nursing (NURS 420 and NURS 440);
        * Mental Health Nursing (NURS 432 and NURS 444)

    Electives

    To graduate, you need 18 credits of electives, as follows:

    • Three credit hours in First Nations studies

    • Three credit hours in humanities

    • At least three credit hours at the 200 level or above

    • At least three credit hours at the 300 level or above

    • Three credit hours at the 200 level or above related to nursing focus

    • Three credit hours at any level in any subject

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