- Develop a strong understanding of social justice and political advocacy in the healthcare environment by choosing courses with topics ranging from aging, mental health, Indigenous communities, rural, and women’s health.
- Get hands-on with 1,300 hours of clinical, hands-on experience over four years of study
- Present your work (and your expertise) at regional health conferences
- Join a community health project
- Volunteer abroad in a rural Honduras or Guatemala field placement
"In Nursing, I have the opportunity to go out into the real world and practice my skills in many different settings. I've been able to work in long-term care settings as well as a maternity ward. In class we focus on the practical with weekly labs in the DNA building working with simulation dummies, and we have theory based courses so we learn what it's really like to be a nurse."
- Acute Care
- Home Care
- Long-Term or Complex Continuing Care
- Child, Mental or Public Health Nurse
- Transcultural Concepts in Healthcare
- Biomedical Ethics
- Transitions in Health and Illness
- Rural Nursing Practice
- Contemporary Issues in Aging and Health
Ontario Secondary School Requirements:
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
- A minimum of six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses, including program specific prerequisites
- A minimum 70% overall final average (unless otherwise specified)
- ENG 4U with a minimum of 60%
- 75% overall average. Minimum of 70% in ENG4U and a min of 65% in SBI4U, SCH4U and a 4U Math. Admission average is calculated on required courses, including ENG4U plus next two best 4U/M courses. All applicants are required to complete the CASPer test.
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