Academic advising

Excel academically

At Brock, we want you to have the best student experience possible.

To help you make wise academic decisions, our department has an Academic Advisor knowledgeable of your specific program requirements.

You are encouraged to take the time to meet your Advisor and learn how you can be a successful undergraduate student.

Your advisor is a friendly, approachable person who can support you on your student journey in a number of helpful ways.

General program advising including:

  • Program planning
  • Course selection
  • Change of majors
  • Provides support and advice about Academic integrity, misconduct, probation, suspension or debarment

The Program Plans below outline your four year BScN degree program and are designed keep you on track starting from the year of entry.

Nursing Students typically follow a Year 1, 2,3, 4 schedule.

*It is the responsibility of each student to ensure the courses selected meet their degree requirements. All courses and programs are subject to enrolment limitations and may have restrictions, course pre-requisites and published deadlines.

Please note: In order to proceed to year 2 as a Nursing major, a student must pass all year 1 courses and achieve a minimum 65 percent overall average in year 1 courses. This will be determined at the end of the Winter term.

For additional program notes please refer to the undergraduate calendar

Questions? Please contact your Academic Advisor.

What courses do I take each year?

The Nursing program at Brock is a very prescribed program. Please refer to the timetable for the courses that are available each year. The calendar will also provide the courses that are required for the program

What are the rules to progress from Year 1 to year 2?

In order to proceed to year 2 as a Nursing major, a student must pass all year 1 courses and achieve a minimum 65 percent overall average in year 1 courses. This will be determined at the end of the Winter term.

How do I find the timetable?

The timetable will be posted to Sakai and on the website.

Can I substitute a course for NUSC 3P08?

Yes – MATH 1P98 can be a substitute for MATH NUSC 3P08.

I was unsuccessful in a course – what should I do?

You should contact your advisor for assistance at NUSCadvisor@brocku.ca .

What are the requirements for graduation?

The rules for first-class honours and second-class honours can be found in the calendar.

How do I book an appointment?

You can email NUSCadvisor@brocku.ca to schedule an in-person or phone appointment.

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Nursing Calendar

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

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Important Dates

Stay on schedule and be sure you don’t miss any deadlines

Administrative Office Hours

Academic advising appointments are available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

*Alternate times available by special arrangement

To schedule an appointment email NUSCadvisor@brocku.ca

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Tammy Woodhouse-Gilby
Academic Advisor
Office:
EA 300
905-688-5550 X 5695
NUSCadvisor@brocku.ca