Undergraduate programs

At Brock University, we value the integration of theory into practice and begin to mold these skills among our nursing students starting in the first year of the program.

An exciting career in nursing

Would you like to begin clinical practice courses in your first year of study?

Do you want to learn using patient simulators programmed to mimic the same physical responses as patients?

Could you see yourself in an intensive clinical practice course at the end of your third year of study?

Recognized for our commitment to excellence in nursing education, Brock University has the highest level of accreditation granted by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN).

Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) graduates leave here eligible to write the NCLEX-RN exam.

“I’ve worked in numerous clinical settings during my placements at Brock – surgical, labour and delivery, mental health and pediatrics. Ultimately, I want to pursue a master’s degree and specialize in public health.” Olivia Hubert (BScN ’16)

Program information

Learn more about the admission requirements and career outcomes

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Requisite Skills and Abilities

The College of Nurses of Ontario provides information to prospective nursing students, guidance about the general demands and performance expectations of nurses.

Nursing Calendar

Learn more about degree requirements and course information in the current Nursing Calendar.

How to Apply

Visit the Brock University Next Step page for everything you need to know about the application process for our undergraduate programs.

 

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