Learn nursing theory and practice with a strong clinical focus.
Prepare for a meaningful career as a Registered Nurse. Learn about the complexity of nursing in a modern healthcare environment. Training is student-centred and interprofessional, and professors work with partners in the community to provide students with diverse, real-world experiences. Gain the skills, knowledge and leadership necessary to succeed in this relevant career field. Graduates will be eligible to write the nurse registration examination, and upon successful completion, can apply for registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario and will be able to practise as beginning professionals in a variety of clinical settings.
- Clinics and community agencies
- Long-term care facilities
- Public Health
- Home health nursing
- Rehabilitation centres
What Will Students Learn:
- Nursing theory and practice
- Human anatomy and physiology
- Nursing in specialized settings
- Research and statistics
- Nursing leadership
OSSD or equivalent with six (6) 4U/4M credits including English, Biology, Math and Chemistry
A minimum 70% average is required for entry.