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  • Objectives
    This Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is designed to educate nurses to be effective practitioners capable of meeting the needs of a changing client population within the health care system. Graduates are prepared to work with individuals, families, groups, and communities within a variety of settings. In all settings, the graduate's practice focuses on maintaining people's health, preventing illness and restoring health. Restoring health includes helping people to care for themselves and also helping family members to care for one another. Nurses who graduate from the program are prepared to be active participants in the ongoing reform of the health care system.
  • Practical experience
    There are various practical components associated with this program.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Course description
    Year I: Semester I: Personal Meaning of Health
    • NURS 1100     Nursing Practice I    3.5
    • NURS 1110     Health I: Health Styles     2
    • NURS 1120     Self and Others I: Self-Awareness    2
    • NURS 1130     Professional Growth I: Nurses' Work     3
    • BIOL 1103     Human Biology I    3
    • ENGL 1130     Academic Writing     3
            16.5

    * Generic student: Successful completion of Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI) course is required prior to entering semester two.

    Year I: Semester II: People's Experiences of Chronic Health Challenges

    • NURS 1200     Nursing Practice II     7
    • NURS 1210     Health II: Facilitating Health and Healing in Families     2
    • NURS 1220     Self and Others II: Creating Health-Promoting Relationships     2
    • BIOL 1203     Human Biology II     3
    • ENGL(elective)    
    • English Elective (university transfer)    3
    • NURS 1300     Consolidated Practice Experience I     4        
            21

    Year II: Semester III: People's Experiences of Episodic Health Challenges

    • NURS 2100     Nursing Practice III     7.5
    • NURS 2110     Healing I: Episodic Health Challenges     4
    • NURS 2130     Professional Growth II: The Nursing Profession     2
    • NURS 2140     Health Science III: Pathophysiology     2        
            15.5

    * Access students: Successful completion of Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI) course or equivalent is required prior to entering Semester Four.

    Year II: Semester IV: People's Experiences of Complex Episodic Health Challenges

    • NURS 2200     Nursing Practice IV     7.5
    • NURS 2210     Healing II: Complex Episodic Health Challenges     3
    • NURS 2240     Health Sciences IV: Pathophysiology     2
    • ELECTIVE     General elective (university transfer)     3
    • NURS 2300     Consolidated Practice Experience II     5        
            20.5

    Year III: Semester V: People's Experiences of Prevention

    • NURS 3100     Nursing Practice V     8
    • NURS 3110     Health III: Teaching & Learning for Prevention     3
    • NURS 3130     Professional Growth: Nursing Ethics     3
    • NURS 3140     Healing/Health Science: Advanced Health Challenges     2        
            16

    Year III: Semester VI: Health Promotion and Community Development

    • NURS 3200     Nursing Practice VI     4.5
    • NURS 3210     Health IV: Health Promotion and Community Empowerment     2
    • NURS 3220     Self & Others III: Reflection on Caring Practice     2
    • NURS 3230     Professional Growth: Nursing Inquiry     2
    • NURS 3300     Consolidated Practice Experience III     6
    • NURS 3301     Consolidated Practice Experience IV     4.5        
                21

    Year IV: Semester VII: Societal Health and Nurses Influencing Change

    • NURS 4100     Nursing Practice VII     4.5
    • NURS 4110 *     Health/Healing: Issues in Nursing Practice Focus     2
    • NURS 4130     Professional Growth: Research     2
    • NURS 4131     Professional Growth: Nurses Influencing Change     2
    • ELECTIVE     General elective (university transfer)     3        
                13.5

    Year IV: Semester VIII: Area of Clinical Focus
    • NURS 4200     Nursing Practice VIII     6
    • NURS 4201     Consolidated Practice Experience V     6        
                12

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