The bachelor of nursing program provides you with skills that are in high demand.
We offer a number of nursing experiences, including real and simulated client care experiences. The number of clinical experience hours our students complete throughout the program is among the highest in the country.
Western Regional School of Nursing has graduated more than 1,800 nurses since its first graduating class of 1971. As the role of nurses has evolved so too has the program that the school offers in partnership with Grenfell Campus. The Western Regional School of Nursing has received three seven-year gold accreditations from the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing.
3 year | Bachelor of nursing (accelerated) - NEW!
new accelerated option is a 3-year option for students who have completed a
full two-year course load (minimum 60 credit hours) of a university
undergraduate program. See the Memorial Nursing Admissions page for details. Deadline to apply is March 1, 2019
4 year | Bachelor of nursing (collaborative)
The collaborative option is for entry-level student meeting who meet the academic admission requirements. See the Memorial University Academic Calendar for all admission requirements.
There are three locations available for you to complete your nursing training:
- WRSON in Corner Brook
- Memorial University School of Nursing
- Centre for Nursing Studies in St. John's.
All three locations offer the four-year collaborative program while MUN and WRSON also provide the three-year accelerated option. WRSON students complete their electives at Grenfell Campus.
Why study nursing at Western Regional School of Nursing?
As a nurse you’ll become an integral member of the largest and most influential group of health care providers. Your nursing skills will be in high demand. You will help improve the lives of individuals, families and entire populations, changing the lives of people in all corners of the world.
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Information for first-year students
As a nursing student at Grenfell Campus and WRSON you can become involved with the
Nursing Society and the
Canadian Nursing Students Association (CNSA). Students can also apply for various
scholarships and awards.
Graduates of our bachelor of nursing program can pursue careers in a number of different settings, including:
- Community health
- Long-term care
- Continuing care
- Mental health and addictions
- Occupational health and safety