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Bridging to University Nursing Ontario College Graduate Certificate

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  • Objectives
    This program is an academic pathway offered in flex and full-time formats to assist Registered Practical Nurses (CAAT and Diploma) to bridge to BScN in approximately three years. It will also assist Registered Nurses to update their knowledge and meet safe/current practice requirements to gain re-entry into the profession.
  • Entry requirements
    Nurses taking this program may be: 1. Registered Nurses who hold a certificate of registration in Ontario without evidence of current and safe clinical practice 2. Registered Nurses who hold a certificate of registration in Ontario and are currently practicing but would like to review their nursing knowledge and practice in an acute medical/surgical or mental health/community setting 3. Internationally-educated nurses who have not met the 2005 baccalaureate nursing education requirements for Ontario Registered Nurses 4. RPN's (Registered Practical Nurses) who hold a diploma from a Community College of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT).
  • Academic Title
    Bridging to University Nursing Ontario College Graduate Certificate
  • Course description
    Semester 1 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    NUPD-400     HEALTH ASSESSMENT SKILLS         
    NUPD-401     Acute and Chronic Illness Theory         
    NUPD-402     Acute and Chronic Illness Practice         
    NUPD-403     Ethics and Professional Practice         
    PATH-400     Pathotherapeutics         
    COMM-170/171     College Communication 2 / (ESL)         
    Semester 2 Courses
    Course Code     Course Name     Lecture     Lab

    NUPD-406     Family-Centered Nursing Theory         
    NUPD-431 *     Mental Health & Crisis Management Theory         
    NUPD-432 *     Mental Health Nursing Practice         
    NUPD-435     Advanced Communication and Leadership         
    NUPD-441 **     Community Nursing Theory         
    NUPD-442     Community Nursing Practice         
    NUPD-450     Nursing Knowledge: Historical and Futuristic Perspectives         
    NURS-237     Nursing Research         

    NOTES:

    * Courses taken the first eight weeks of the semester

    ** Courses taken the last seven weeks of the semester

    1.A minimum C grade in theoretical courses and satisfactory grades in the clinical components are required.

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