Bachelor of Science in Nursing Williams Lake Campus

Thompson Rivers University, Canada

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Next enrollment cycle

September 2022

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First Year Course Fee

USD 14,260

Course Accredited By

NA

  • 4 Years
  • On Campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Degree
A four-year program of studies to prepare students to be competent nurses in a variety of health care practice agencies (Institutional, Community and International), and with people who have a variety of health concerns with diverse social and economic backgrounds. TRU Williams Lake offers the first two years. Successful students finish the program at our Kamloops campus.
  • The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a four-year, limited-seat degree program that entails eight academic semesters starting alternating years in September for 24 students. Upon successful completion of the BScN Degree Program, graduates are eligible to write the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). Upon successful completion of the NCLEX, you can apply for registration to the BC College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM) to practice as a Registered Nurse. TRU Williams Lake offers years 1 and 2 of the BScN program. Students can continue their studies at TRU Kamloops..
  • Fees based on (15 credits/5 courses)
     


 

Enrollment Cycles

  • September 2022
  • Grade 12 or mature student status (or equivalent)
  • English Studies 12/English First Peoples 12 with a minimum 73% (or equivalent)
  • Anatomy & Physiology 12 with a minimum 67% (or equivalent)
  • Foundations of Math 12 (recommended) or Pre-Calculus 12 with a minimum C (or equivalent)
  • Chemistry 11 with a 67% (or equivalent)
  • One additional Science 11 or Science 12 with a minimum 67% (or equivalent)
  • Letter of Introduction – (2 typed pages) brief personal history (including health care related experiences), reasons for choosing nursing, and positive attributes you bring to the program and nursing profession.

Year 1

  • Course Credits Hours/Week

Semester 1 — Fall

  • Communication & Collaboration
  • Professionalism & Leadership
  • Health & Health Promotion
  • Nursing Practice 1
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Introduction to University Writing
  • Total 18 24 hours

Semester 2 — Winter

  • Professional Practice 2
  • Health & Health Promotion 2
  • Nursing Practice 2
  • Anatomy and Physiology with BIOL 1694 lab 3
  • Total 10 24 hours

Year 2

  • Course Credits Hours/Week

Semester 3 — Fall

  • Relational Practice 2
  • Health and Healing 3
  • Nursing Practice 3
  • Nursing Research
  • Health Science: Pharmacology (part 1)
  • Total 14.5 28.5 hours

Semester 4 — Winter

  • Health and Healing 4
  • Interdisciplinary Indigenous Health
  • Nursing Practice 4 4
  • Health Science 3
  • Health Science: Pharmacology (part 2)
  • Health Care Ethics 3
  • Total 17.5 30.5 hours
  • Spring session — May and June
  • Consolidated Practice Experience (CPE 2)
  • Total 4 133 hours/
  • five weeks
  • Year 3
  • Course Credits Hours/Week

Semester 5 — Fall

  • Relational Practice 3
  • Health & Healing 5 3
  • Nursing Practice 5
  • Health Science 5
  • Non-nursing elective — 1000 level 3
  • Total 16 29 hours

Semester 6 — Winter

  • Health 4 3
  • Nursing Practice 6
  • Professional Practice - Nursing Research
  • Health & Healing - Global Health Perspectives
  • Non-nursing elective — 2000 level 3
  • Total 16 21 hours
  • Spring session — May and June
  • Consolidated Practice Experience (CPE 3) 4
  • Total 4 252 hours/
  • seven weeks

Year 4

  • Course Credits Hours/Week

Semester 7 — Fall

  • Professional Practice 5
  • Nursing Practice 7
  • Community Health Nursing - A Canadian Perspective
  • Nursing elective — 3000 level
  • Total 13 25 hours

Semester 8 — Winter

  • Nursing Practice 8
  • Total 10 39 hours seminar
  • 432 hours practice
  • Tuition $448.65 
  • Fees $191.91 
  • Books and supplies 
  • Typically about $150 per course $150.00 
  • Total (CDN) $790.56

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