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Bachelor in Nursing

University of Windsor, Canada

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Next enrollment cycle

September 2022

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First Year Course Fee

USD 29,744

Course Accredited By

CASN

  • 4 Years
  • On Campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Degree
  • Up to 5% scholarship
Our program combines equal doses of hands-on learning and academic excellence. Clinical practicum courses start in year one with a 1:8 instructor-student ratio and take place in a variety of healthcare settings throughout the first three years of the program.

In fact, the Faculty of Nursing is partnered with more than 250 hospital and community agencies throughout southwestern Ontario. In the final year of their program, students gain independence as they work alongside a preceptor (1:1 ratio), completing a total of 384 hours in both hospital and community settings.

  • To reinforce student learning in both the classroom and in clinical settings, we have a series of seven experiential learning labs taught throughout the program. These labs are specifically designed to help the learner apply theory to clinical practice through a variety of interactive and simulated activities.
  • In order to dynamically support student learning, nursing students have access to academic and career advising through the Student Success Coordinator and free counseling services through the Clinical Therapist embedded in the program.
  • After graduation, students write the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) to be eligible for membership with the College of Nurses of Ontario.

In 2018, 95.8% passed the NCLEX by the end of the year in which they graduated. This is because students receive outstanding instruction from award-winning professors who are dedicated to student success. At an undergraduate level, students are engaged in professional development activities stemming from current research initiatives and best practices in Nursing. The NCLEX is the same exam that American students write. Graduates from the program may choose to pursue employment opportunities in the United States and would not need to write an alternate exam. Other eligibility criteria may be requested and may differ by state.

  • Sample Courses: Professional Nursing, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Clinical Nursing Experience, Experiential Learning Lab, Pharmacology in Nursing Practice
  • Career Tracks: Clinic nurse, community care nurse, health-care administrator, nurse practitioner, nurse educator
  • Professional Designation Possible: Registered Nurse (RN)

Enrollment Cycles

  • September 2022
  • January 2023
  • May 2023
  • Course Requirements: Biology/SBI4U, Chemistry/SCH4U and one grade 12 level math
  • Minimum Average: 70% (70% average of the top six grade 12 U or M courses, 65% in English/ENG4U is required, 70% is required in Chemistry/SCH4U and Biology/SBI4U)
  • Mean Average (Entering Fall 2019): 89%
    Note: This is a very competitive program. An 85% average is recommended for the top six grade 12 U or M courses along with a minimum average of 80% in Chemistry/SCH4U and Biology/SBI4U.

NURSING COURSES

  • NURS-1110. Professional Nursing I (T)
  • NURS-1120. Professional Nursing II (T)
  • NURS-1210. Human Anatomy and Physiology I (T)
  • NURS-1220. Human Anatomy and Physiology II (T)
  • NURS 1210.) (3 lecture hours per week; 2 lab hours every other week) 3 credits
  • NURS-1310. Pharmacology and Medication Management I (T)
  • NURS-1410. Holistic Health Assessment I (T)
  • NURS-1511. Experiential Learning Lab I (C)
  • NURS-1512. Clinical Practicum I (C)
  • NURS-1521. Experiential Learning Lab II (C)
  • NURS-1612. Consolidated Practicum I (C)
  • NURS-1900. Writing for the Professional Nurse (T)
  • NURS-2130. Professional Nursing III (T)
  • NURS-2320. Pharmacology and Medication Management II (T)
  • NURS 2420. Holistic Health Assessment II (T)
  • NURS-2522. Clinical Practicum II (C)
  • NURS-2531. Experiential Learning Lab III (C)
  • NURS-2532. Clinical Practicum III
  • NURS-2541. Experiential Learning Lab IV (C)
  • NURS-2622. Consolidated Practicum II
  • NURS-2710. Family Health (T)
  • NURS-2722. Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-2730. Nursing Care of Clients with Episodic and Long-Term Health Needs (T)
  • NURS-2742. Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-2750. Family Health: Child Bearing and Child Rearing Families (T)
  • NURS-2770. Nursing Care of Children and Youth with Episodic and Long-Term Health Needs (T)
  • NURS-2782. Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-2790. Pharmacology in Nursing Practice (T)
  • NURS-2810. Adult Health and Health Alterations I (T)
  • NURS-2820. Adult Health and Health Alterations II (T)
  • NURS-2902. Individualized Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-2920. Maternal and Newborn Care (T)
  • NURS-2930. Mental Health Nursing
  • NURS-3510. The Human Meaning of Death (T)
  • NURS-3551. Experiential Learning Lab V
  • NURS-3710. Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing (T)
  • NURS-3722. Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-3730. Nursing Care of Clients with Complex Health Problems I (T)
  • NURS-3742. Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-3750. Nursing Care of Clients with Complex Health Problems II (T)
  • NURS-3760. Advanced Health Assessment (T)
  • NURS-3770. Nursing Research (T)
  • NURS-3782. Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-3830. Adult Health and Health Alterations III
  • NURS-3890. Community as Client (T)
  • NURS-3902. Individualized Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-3910. Basic Human Nutrition (T)
  • NURS-3940. Nursing Care of Infants, Children, and Youth
  • NURS-3950. Course Title: Nursing Research
  • NURS-3960. Community Health Nursing
  • NURS-3990. Selected Topics in Nursing (T)
  • NURS-4722. Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-4730. Concepts of Leadership in Nursing Practice (T)
  • NURS-4762. Clinical Nursing Experience (C)
  • NURS-4790. Issues in Global Health (T)
  • NURS-4810. Transition to Professional Practice (T)
  • NURS-4902. Individualized Clinical Nursing Experience (T)
     
  • Program Type: Undergraduate
  • Major or Degree: Science Nursing
  • Course Load: Full Time
  • Fee Category: Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Term: Fall
  • Residence: Alumni Hall - Single in a 2 Bedroom Suite
  • Meal Plan: Full Meal Plan - moderate off campus flexibility.
  • Estimated Total
  • $ 10811.06
  • Base Tuition
  • Base Tuition -  $ 2899.90  - Assessed each term
  • Coop -  $ 455.00 - If applicable

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