Nursing at University of Lethbridge
How long is the Nursing at University of Lethbridge?
B.N. - 4 Years Post-Diploma B.N. for Registered Nurses - 16 Months or 2 Years Post-Diploma B.N. for Registered Nurses with Specialty Certification - 12 Months
What you need to get in to the Nursing at University of Lethbridge?
Standard admission. Biology 30, Chemistry 30, English 30 or English Language Arts 30-1, Mathematics 30 or Pure Mathematics 30 (or Applied Mathematics 30 and a minimum grade of 75% in Athabasca University's Mathematics 101), and one additional 30-level course. 4 year B.N. program offered in collaboration with Lethbridge Community College. For Post- diploma B.N.: Graduate of an approved School of Nursing and current registration in a Canadian province or territory. (and an approved post-diploma program or certificate for the Post-Dip. B.N. for Registered Nurses with Specialty Certification). For all programs, completion of a screening health assessment, schedule of immunizations, standard first aid certificate and current CPR certificate at the Basic Rescuer Level required by Nov. 15 of the first year of the program.
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Does the Nursing offer a Coop?
Distance Education Available:
What type of learning environment should I expect in the Nursing?
In Class Study