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Brock’s Department of Nursing programs have a strong reputation for its teaching and research and is well recognized by health employers across Ontario.
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Department of Nursing Degree Program
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)
Brock’s Nursing program is known for its smaller student body and more intimate learning environment.
The Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) has recognized Brock University’s commitment to excellence in nursing education by granting our nursing program a seven-year accreditation term, the highest level of CASN accreditation.
Our new, state-of-the-art Clinical Simulation Lab enables students to practice their clinical skills as they prepare for clinical placements in health care facilities. Other on-campus laboratories such as the Anatomy Lab with its Anatomage Table nurture exploration and learning of anatomy beyond cadavers and models.
Students engage in clinical experiences every year of the program and have many opportunities for varied practical experiences which means Nursing graduates leave Brock with a well-regarded reputation for excellence and have the knowledge and skills to be health care leaders in Niagara and beyond.
An exciting career awaits you in nursing.
There are two ways to obtain a four-year BScN degree:
- Complete all four years of the BScN degree program at Brock University.
- Successfully complete your first two years at Loyalist College in Belleville, ON, and then transfer to Brock to complete Years 3 and 4
- Professional and Therapeutic Communications
- Nursing and Health Promotion: Canadian Context
- Human Anatomy and Physiology
- Introduction to Biology I and II
- Foundations of Psychology
- Nursing Theory: Experiencing Illness and Hospitalization
- Nursing Practice: Experiencing Illness and Hospitalization
- Health Assessment
- Nursing Theory: Care of theAcutely Ill Client
- Nursing Practice: Care of the Acutely Ill Client
- Physiological Responses to Physical Activity
- Principles of Pharmacology
- Nursing Theory: Nursing Care of the Young Family
- Nursing Practice: Nursing Care o fthe Young Family
- Nursing Research
- Quantitative Analysis
- Experiencing Chronicity
- Promoting Mental Health
- Nursing Ethics
- Nursing Theory: Experiencing Chronicity
- Nursing Practicum: Experiencing Chronicity
- Nursing Theory: Mental Health
- Nursing Practicum: Mental Health
- Medical Microbiology
- Health Education
- Nursing Practicum Intersession(Takes place during Spring semester)
- Community Health Nursing
- Leadership in Nursing and Management
- Applied Nursing Research
- Trends and Issues in Professional Nursing
- Nursing Practicum: Pre-graduation I and II(takes place during Winter semester)
Learn more about our undergraduate courses
The concurrent Bachelor of Nursing/Master of Nursing (BN/MN) program enables graduates of a 4-year bachelor’s degree in a variety of fields to receive a combined baccalaureate and master’s degrees within a unique, continuous, five-term, intensive curriculum configuration. The only program of its kind in Canada, the BN/MN program works to educate students in five areas of competency: professional responsibility and accountability, knowledge-based practice, ethical practice, service to the public, and self-regulation. Graduates of the concurrent BN/MN program are eligible to write the NCLEX-RN registration exam.
Entry point: May
Duration: 5 terms (20 months)
- Check the university requirements and the program requirements.
- Complete the online application and submit the non-refundable application fee.
- Applicants must have completed a four year bachelor’s degree from an accredited university, with a minimum average of 75% over the final two years of study. Applicants must also have completed the following university credit courses with a B grade or higher to be considered:
- Introductory psychology (full course equivalent)
- Developmental psychology (half course equivalent)
- Anatomy and Physiology (full course credit)
- Microbiology (half course credit)
- Statistics course (half course credit)
- Research methods course (half course credit)
4. You will need to submit your transcripts as well as the following program-specific materials:
- Two academic letters of reference.
- Proof of English language proficiency, if English is not first language. IELTS overall score of 7 with no band below 6.5.
Career Outcomes: As a registered nurse you may work in
- Acute care hospitals
- Public health
- Policy Development
Welcome to Brock University Nursing Simulation Lab
Brock Nursing Simulation Lab - Critical Care Room
Why choose a Brock University degree program?
Brock’s Department of Nursing has a strong reputation for its teaching and research and is well recognized by health employers across Ontario.
STUDENTS BEGIN CLINICAL PRACTICE COURSES IN THEIR FIRST YEAR OF STUDY.
BROCK BScN GRADS ARE ELIGIBLE TO WRITE THE NCLEX-RN EXAM.
LEARN USING PATIENT SIMULATORS PROGRAMMED TO REPLICATE THE SAME PHYSICAL RESPONSES AS PATIENTS.
Clinical Simulation Lab
Brock’s Clinical Simulation Lab is comprised of a critical care isolation room, a primary health care office, a debriefing room, a community apartment for students to be trained in nursing home visits and a large main clinical lab.
With several High-Fidelity Simulation Patients and true-to-life hospital beds, nursing students are provided with scenarios which enable them to immediately begin integrating theory into practice starting in year one.
The complex medical conditions of people who require nursing care in their home is the focus of Brock University’s newly renovated community apartment in the Nursing Simulation Lab.
Fourth-year Nursing students now engage in experiential learning by responding to various scenarios in a safe space designed to look and feel like a patient’s home.
The newly constructed community apartment, which includes a separate living/dining room, bedroom, bathroom and stairs, has the capacity to mimic a wide variety of realistic scenarios.
We have a proud tradition of teaching excellence at Brock and our faculty members know that learning is best encouraged by quality teacher-student relationships.
As a result, our professors, instructors and teaching assistants try to create environments which nurture students’ sense of belonging while incorporating relevant, meaningful content into classes.
The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (FAHS) has more than 350 active community partners dedicated to providing students with opportunities in experiential learning and research.
Of the Faculty of Applied Health Science’s more than 3,900 undergraduate students, more than 75% of them participate in experiential learning prior to graduating. This adds up to more than 4 million hours of community service work completed by FAHS undergraduate students annually. As a result, our students, not only report a greater understanding of what they are learning, but also discover which passions will guide their future career paths.
Bridging academic and community health innovations, the Brock-Niagara Centre for Health and Well-Being pursues multi-disciplinary research and provides supervised community exercise programs to improve health and quality-of-life in older adults, cardiac patients, and individuals with spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s and amputees.
The Brock-Niagara Centre provides the opportunity for students interested in pursuing careers in rehabilitation, medicine, physiotherapy and other healthcare related professions with the chance to develop professional skills in dealing with specific populations in real-life situations.
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