Bachelor of nursing
The four year, 130 credit hour Bachelor of Nursing
(Collaborative) Program requires 94 NURS credit hours and 36 non-NURS
The 130 credit hours are recommended to be taken in the academic terms in the sequence as set out in the course listing. These courses will be offered during the same year at all sites, but the semester of course offering may vary with each site.
Clinical course hours may occur at any time during the semester.
Clinical courses may be offered in whole or in part outside the normal
start and end dates of a semester.
Selected nursing courses which are designed for the Bachelor of
Nursing (Post-RN) Program may be used as electives in the Bachelor of
Nursing (Collaborative) Program with permission of the Committee on
Undergraduate Studies and the course instructor.
The Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Fast-Track Option is
offered at Memorial University of Newfoundland School of Nursing and the
Western Regional School of Nursing.
The 94 credit hours may be taken in the academic terms as set out in the course listing. NURS 2002 and 2502 run over the first six weeks and NURS 3012 and 3512 run over the second six weeks. NURS 2514 and 3514 run consecutively for 6 weeks each.
Clinical Courses may be offered in whole or in part outside the
normal start and end dates of a semester. In the last semester of the
Fast Track Option, the last clinical course will finish outside of the
end date of Summer semester and may finish as late as the 3rd week in
September. Students will be informed of the pertinent dates of clinical
courses two semesters in advance.
Western Regional School of Nursing PO Box 2005, Corner Brook, NL A2H 6J7, Canada
Office: Phone: (709) 784-5489; (709) 784-5490; (709) 784-5382Email: email@example.com