Bachelor of Nursing (BN), Post Diploma Course List
|Nursing 411||Nursing Scholarship|
|Nursing 441||Health Assessment|
|Nursing 531||Community Health Nursing Theory|
|Nursing 533||Community Health Nursing Clinical Practice|
|Nursing 537||Nursing Leadership and Management|
|Nursing 539||Research in Nursing|
|Nursing 543||Senior Practicum|
|Nursing 421||Nursing of Families|
|Statistics 205||Concepts of Statistics|
|Six Options||One (1) Senior Nursing Option|
|Three (3) Senior Options|
|Two (2) Junior Options|
|Junior Options: Option courses numbered 2xx (e.g. CPSC 203)|
|Senior Options: Option courses numbered 3xx or higher (e.g. NURS 503)|
Option: A course, acceptable within the academic program but chosen at the discretion of the student.
Course Numbering System: Junior courses - courses numbered from 100 - 299. Senior courses - courses numbered from 300 - 599. Courses numbered 600 and above are normally restricted to students completing graduate programs. If you have any questions about whether a course meets a requirement of your program, please drop in to meet with your academic advisor.
Important information for Sponsored Part-Time Post Diploma Bachelor of Nursing (PDBN) students:
Students are allowed to take two courses in the Fall and Winters and one course in the Spring semester. Exceptions must be approved in writing by both your sponsor and the Associate Dean (Academic).