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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)

Post-Secondary Programs
Credential Earned: Bachelor's Degree
Campus: Timmins
Program Length: 8 Semesters

Program Code
H112 (PC) – Timmins Campus

Northern鈥檚 Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) program is a collaborative program with Laurentian University where graduates will earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Laurentian University while completing all four years of study at 六开彩开奖结果. The program will to prepare students to meet the complex needs of the client (individuals, families and communities) in ever-changing healthcare environments. BScN graduates are instilled with a desire to be life-long learners who use an evidence-informed approach to practice.

Nurse educators and students strive to work within intra- and inter-disciplinary contexts to positively influence the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities. Thanks to a comprehensive curriculum, diverse clinical experiences and hands-on laboratory and simulation learning in our state-of-the-art facility 鈥 you鈥檒l gain first-hand experience with new technologies, develop clinical reasoning and clinical judgment skills, engage in active learning experiences, and understand emerging healthcare trends. Learning experiences will be enhanced through cooperation and consultation with faculty and peers through shared activities.

六开彩开奖结果鈥檚 nursing program provides opportunities for students to practice nursing skills in state-of-the-art nursing practice labs equipped with integrative simulation equipment. This latest technology will assist in preparing students for actual client care through simulated care scenarios. Our nursing program also incorporates new technologies, such as specialized software packages and web-based tools, many of which are used in health-care settings.

Students in the BScN program also enter the clinical environment for experiential learning in every semester of the program in a diverse variety of settings such as hospitals, long-term care, public health, community agencies, occupational settings, and many more; with their first clinical experience beginning mid-way through their first semester.

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Funding is available to eligible students in our Nursing and Paramedic programs to cover most of the costs of tuition, books and other direct educational expenses for these programs in underserved and growing communities, including Northern Ontario.

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Contact Information

For questions about being admitted into the program, please contact 六开彩开奖结果 Admissions at admissions@northern.on.ca or by phone at 705-235-3211 ext. 7222.

For questions about the content of the program, contact the Program Coordinator.

Tanya Spencer Cameron BScN, NP-PHC, MSc, CCNE
BScN Collaborative Program Coordinator & Professor
Tel: 705-235-3211 ext. 2124
Email: cameront@northern.on.ca

Student Success & The Northern Experience

Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) program is a collaborative program with Laurentian University where graduates will earn a BScN degree from Laurentian University while completing all four years of study at 六开彩开奖结果. The program prepares graduates to meet the complex needs of individuals, families and communities in ever-changing healthcare environments.

Our state of the art nursing practice labs are equipped with integrative simulation equipment and technology where you will refine and practice nursing skills to prepare you for actual client care through simulated medical scenarios.

Does this program sound like a good fit for you?

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Course Information

Course descriptions can be found below.

Please note, course information is based on our current offering and is subject to change. Current students can find more information on courses in their student account.

If you have questions or require program information for previous academic years, please contact the Program Coordinator.

General Education Elective courses are predetermined by the BScN program.

Please note:听Students of the collaborative BScN program do not have the option to PLAR for transfer credits and there are no challenge exams available. All incoming year 1 BScN students who may be eligible for transfer credits, will have transfer credits automatically assessed based on transcripts submitted at the time of application. Eligible students will be advised if any transfer credits are granted in late August, by the Program Coordinator. Students are not to contact Laurentian University regarding their transfer credit assessment.

2024-2025 Academic Year

Semester 1

This two-semester course provides the anatomical knowledge base for all health related courses. The course describes human anatomy and physiology at the cellular, tissue, organ, and systems levels of organization, using current medical terminology. Aspects of this course will concentrate on clinical applications including causes, signs and symptoms of common diseases, as well as pathological effects of drugs and alcohol.

168 Hours

This five-week course will introduce you to the services that support academic success at 六开彩开奖结果. It will facilitate your transition from writing assignments for high school or other academic programs to writing nursing centered academic papers. It will also build upon basic mathematical concepts that are required for medication calculations, such as fractions, ratios, proportions, decimals, metric conversions, and military time. This course is mandatory and must be successfully completed prior to the commencement of the NS1004 clinical placement.

18 Hours

This course introduces the concept of health in nursing. Opportunities are provided to apply the nursing process in multiple educational contexts with an emphasis on safe and ethical care with older adults and families. Learners are required to integrate concurrent learning.

84 Hours

This course focuses on an introduction to the profession of nursing. Opportunities are provided for learners to explore the evolution of nursing and professional standards within a Canadian context. Nursing knowledge is introduced in terms of relationships between theory, practice, and research. Learners are required to integrate concurrent learning.

42 Hours

This course focuses on the learner鈥檚 discovery of self as nurse and self in relation to others. Opportunities are provided to engage in structured reflection guided by the literature and interaction with others. Emphasis is placed on understanding how select concepts relate to and impact on experiences with self and others. Learners are required to integrate concurrent learning.

42 Hours

General Education Courses are selected online each semester by the student from a list provided and exposes students to a related area of study outside of their immediate academic discipline. Certain programs have predetermined electives.听

42 Hours

Semester 2

This two-semester course provides the anatomical knowledge base for all health related courses. The course describes human anatomy and physiology at the cellular, tissue, organ, and systems levels of organization, using current medical terminology. Aspects of this course will concentrate on clinical applications including causes, signs and symptoms of common diseases, as well as pathological effects of drugs and alcohol.

168 Hours

This course focuses on developing an understanding of family experiences with chronic health challenges. Opportunities are provided for learners to explore literature related to models of family assessment and chronicity as well as concepts relevant to health and healing. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

42 Hours

This course focuses on health assessment of individuals across the lifespan with an emphasis on well adults. Opportunities are provided to apply the nursing process and demonstrate clinical decision-making within a practice setting. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

84 Hours

This course introduces therapeutic use of knowledge and skills in relation to others in the context of professional relationships. Opportunities are provided to develop beginning competencies in the establishment of respectful and safe engagement for client-centred care. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

56 Hours

General Education Courses are selected online each semester by the student from a list provided and exposes students to a related area of study outside of their immediate academic discipline. Certain programs have predetermined electives.听

42 Hours

Semester 3

This course is an introduction to microbiology and is offered to students in the Bachelor of Science Nursing program. The topics covered include morphology and structure, classification, microbiology techniques, microbial nutrition, growth, environmental effects on microbes, sterilization and disinfection, host-microbe interactions, antimicrobial chemotherapeutic agents and a survey of common infectious diseases.

84 Hours

This two-semester course is designed to develop nursing students鈥 understanding of the relationship between disease, the underlying biochemical causes and the methodology for diagnosis.

42 Hours

This course focuses on the nurse鈥檚 role in meeting the health care needs of generative families. Opportunities are provided to develop an understanding of human growth and development and nursing care of the perinatal, newborn, and pediatric client. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

56 Hours

This course focuses on the application of integrated pharmacological knowledge and interventions within nursing process. Opportunities are provided to develop caring practice with patients experiencing health challenges. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

84 Hours

General Education Courses are selected online each semester by the student from a list provided and exposes students to a related area of study outside of their immediate academic discipline. Certain programs have predetermined electives.听

42 Hours

Semester 4

This two-semester course is designed to develop nursing students鈥 understanding of the relationship between disease, the underlying biochemical causes and the methodology for diagnosis.

42 Hours

This course focuses on complex issues inherent in the delivery of nursing care from a Canadian perspective. Opportunities are provided for learners to examine moral, professional, ethical, and legal nursing knowledge in relation to current practice. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

42 Hours

This course focuses on human pathophysiology. Opportunities are provided to translate knowledge of such science to inform nursing practice. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

42 Hours

This course focuses on experiences with healing in relation to complex health challenges. Opportunities are provided to apply the nursing process, demonstrate pattern recognition, increase self-directedness, and participate in delivery of comprehensive care of patients. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

126 Hours

Semester 5

This two-semester course focuses on concepts, principles, frameworks and standards of practice relevant to the community health nursing context in Canada. Opportunities are provided to engage in community health assessment and program planning with emphasis on health promotion. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

PREREQ: BN2220/CHMI 2220, NS2144/NURS 2144, NS/2057/NURS 2057, NS2107/NURS 2107 (lec/sem 3) cr 6

42 Hours

This course focuses on the examination of teaching and learning theory and methods. Through critical reflection, learners explore current evidence, beliefs, and values as they apply the teaching and learning process. Opportunities are provided to experience teaching and learning in the context of health promotion and protection. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

42 Hours

This course focuses on health promotion and protection within the context of physiological, psychological, psychosexual, emotional, social, cultural, and spiritual health. Opportunities are provided to explore health and healing in relation to health-care delivery. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

49 Hours

This course advances the development of empirical, theoretical, and experiential relational praxis. Opportunities are provided to demonstrate advanced relational competencies to establish, maintain and bring closure to professional relationships in challenging circumstances. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

42 Hours

This course focuses on the introduction of the foundations of nursing knowledge including philosophical, theoretical, and scientific underpinnings. Opportunities are provided to describe inter-relationships between theory and research grounded in clinical practice. Learning experiences require integration of new and prior learning.

42 Hours

Semester 6

This two-semester course focuses on concepts, principles, frameworks and standards of practice relevant to the community health nursing context in Canada. Opportunities are provided to engage in community health assessment and program planning with emphasis on health promotion. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

PREREQ: BN2220/CHMI 2220, NS2144/NURS 2144, NS/2057/NURS 2057, NS2107/NURS 2107 (lec/sem 3) cr 6

42 Hours

This course focuses on the social construction of health inequities. Opportunities are provided to critically examine health outcomes of power inequities at the level of the individual, family, community, and professionally. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

42 Hours

This course focuses on health promotion and health protection within the context of diverse aggregates. Opportunities are provided to further explore health and healing in relation to health-care delivery. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

49 Hours

This course focuses on traditions of quantitative and qualitative nursing inquiry. Opportunities are provided to initiate nursing research praxis through the critical appraisal of published evidence. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

42 Hours

General Education Courses are selected online each semester by the student from a list provided and exposes students to a related area of study outside of their immediate academic discipline. Certain programs have predetermined electives.听

42 Hours

Semester 7

This course focuses on critical examination of nursing knowledge related to complex health challenges. Opportunities are provided to identify, appraise, and integrate relevant nursing knowledge to understand praxis. Learning experiences require the integration of new and prior learning.

56 Hours

This course focuses on the critical examination of complex nursing practice issues. Opportunities are provided for learner to reflect upon their development as novice practitioners informed by evidence and standards of practice. Learners are required are required to integrate new and concurrent learning.

42 Hours

This course focuses on the development of relational praxis including emerging health care trends and associated nursing responsibilities. Opportunities are provided to critically examine and appraise intraprofessional, interprofessional, and intersectoral relationships for client-centered care. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

42 Hours

This course focuses on promoting critical rationality in relation to selected topics for nursing inquiry. Opportunities are provided to systematically examine a current nursing issue through the theoretical application of methodological and ethical knowledge. Learners are required to integrate new and prior learning.

42 Hours

General Education Courses are selected online each semester by the student from a list provided and exposes students to a related area of study outside of their immediate academic discipline. Certain programs have predetermined electives.听

42 Hours

Semester 8

This course focuses on the critical integration of theoretical, empirical, ethical, and professional knowledge. Opportunities are provided to demonstrate competent, safe, ethical, and evidence-informed practice as learners transition toward the role of a novice practitioner. Learning experiences require the integration of new and prior learning.

126 Hours

This course focuses on the examination of the underpinnings of leadership in promoting and maintaining high quality health care services. Opportunities are provided for learners to explore ongoing and potential changes within the practice setting. Learners are required to integrate new and concurrent learning.

42 Hours

Career Ready Graduates

Articulation Agreements

A number of听articulation agreements听have been negotiated with universities and other institutions across Canada, North America and internationally. These agreements are assessed, revised and updated on a regular basis. Please contact the program coordinator for specific details if you are interested in pursuing such an option.

  1. Be prepared to meet the Canadian Nurses Association and College of Nurses of Ontario鈥檚 entry to practice competencies and standards.
    • Demonstrate practice consistent with nursing entry to practice regulatory requirements, standards of practice, ethical and legal codes within the provincial and national context.
    • Integrate foundational nursing knowledge of life sciences, and social sciences (anatomy, physiology, microbiology, clinical chemistry, pharmacology, pathophysiology, psychology, sociology) in the planning, delivery and evaluation of care for clients across the life-span in diverse settings (promotive, preventive, curative, restorative, and end of life).
    • Demonstrate accountability, accept responsibility, and seek assistance as necessary for decisions and actions within the legislated scope of practice.
  1. Practice nursing with a professional and ethical caring perspective.
    • Apply ethical nursing principles and practices within all professional encounters.
    • Apply principles of professional caring theory within all individual, family, and community interactions.
    • Maintain professional boundaries with clients and other members of the health care team.
  1. Practice in accordance with the values and principles of primary health care. The values are social justice and equity. The principles are health promotion; accessibility; appropriate technology; public participation; and inter-sectoral collaboration.
    • Apply knowledge of primary health care relative to the determinants of health and health disparities to address strengths and vulnerabilities of individuals, families, and communities.
    • Use clinical reasoning, nursing knowledge, and other relevant contemporary evidence to inform clinical judgments in primary health care.
  1. Be prepared to practice nursing at an entry level within a variety of contexts and with diverse populations, integrating cultural competence and cultural safety.
    • Practice safe, competent, compassionate, ethical, and client-centered care (appreciating culture, spirituality, and choice) in diverse, often rapidly changing contexts.
    • Demonstrate comprehensive and focused assessments of diverse clients across the lifespan with variable presentations in order to promote health and manage challenges.
    • Construct, implement, evaluate, and revise individualized teaching plans to promote health, symptom and disease management of individuals, families, and groups.
  1. Engage in self-directed professional practice.
    • Demonstrate self-regulation through seeking learning and practice opportunities and support as needed for ongoing professional development.
    • Appraise the influence of one鈥檚 one beliefs, values, and assumptions on professional interactions with clients and healthcare team members.
    • Appraise own development of foundational knowledge, skills, and abilities as requisite for employment in nursing, membership within nursing/healthcare organizations, and pursuit of graduate studies as desired.
  1. Make professional decisions guided by evidence informed nursing knowledge using multiple ways of thinking including clinical reasoning and critical thinking.
    • Demonstrate critical thinking and research consumerism to seek, locate, interpret, and appraise a broad range of information, knowledge, evidence, and methodologies in nursing and associated disciplines for evidence-informed decision-making.
    • Construct research questions emerging from nursing practice.
  1. Work collaboratively with the client and others 鈥 inter-professionally and intra-professionally, to address and respond to emerging health care needs.
    • Apply principles of relational practice with diverse clients and intra-/interprofessional healthcare team members in all interactions (written, in-person, and virtual) attending to variable contextual factors to provide safe and quality care.
    • Evaluate the impact of nursing leadership, collaboration, effective team functioning, critical thinking, and clinical judgment on quality practices.
  1. [Be prepared to] contribute to and influence nursing and health care at a professional, political, and societal level by anticipating and responding to the evolving needs of society.
    • Articulate an understanding of social justice, population health, environment, and regional health issues particular to rural and small urban centers.
    • Compose both written and verbal arguments based on evidence.

Career Opportunities

Upon successful completion of all courses outlined in the program of study, the graduate will be eligible to write the licensure examination for Registered Nurse credentialing (NCLEX-RN) as set out by the College of Nurses of Ontario.

Graduates of the BScN program may find employment opportunities across the health sector including positions in settings such as: acute and long-term care, community health, public health, occupation health, primary care, travel agencies, and more.

Graduates may also pursue post-graduate certificate programs to allow for practice specialty certification in programs areas such as critical care, public health, perioperative care, and more.

BScN graduates may also choose to pursue graduate studies at the Masters level in nursing, science, or other related health/education field, including Masters’ level education in a Nurse Practitioner education program.

Admissions Information & Requirements

Admission Requirements

From Ontario Secondary School:
Ontario Secondary School Diploma with 6 credits at a U/M level including:

  • Grade 12 Math (U),
  • Grade 12 English (U),
  • Grade 12 Biology (U),
  • Grade 12 Chemistry (U),
  • and any two additional Grade 12 courses (4U/M)
  • with a minimum overall average of 75%.

Prior CAAT Studies:

  • 2 semesters English or one year study of English,
  • 2 semesters biology,
  • 2 semesters math,
  • and 2 semesters chemistry
  • Must have minimum average of 70% on a full year of studies and,
  • Must be in good academic standing with the sending CAAT
  • Those who have a minimum average of 70% 听plus a 2 year diploma may qualify for the transfer of up to 15 elective credits towards

Prior university studies:

  • 1 English,
  • 1 biology,
  • 1 math,
  • and 1 chemistry
  • Must have minimum overall average of at least 60%
  • Must be in good academic standing with the sending university
  • Transfer credits will be accessed on an individual basis

Mature student:
Must meet minimum criteria in one of the categories listed above.

六开彩开奖结果 does not offer academic testing for the Science equivalencies. The successful completion of 六开彩开奖结果鈥檚 two semester Pre-Health Science program (2014 or later, with a minimum overall average of 70% /NC GPA 3.0) will provide students with the admission requirements for entry into the BScN program.

Program Specific Requirements

BScN Nursing Clinical Requirements [PDF, 474 KB]

Applicants and students in the Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing program are required to disclose all education, which requires submission of all prior educational transcripts from high school and post-secondary studies. Failure to fully disclose your educational documents could be grounds for dismissal from the program.

The BScN program is oversubscribed and receives more than enough qualified applicants to fill the seats available. Applicants accepted into oversubscribed programs confirm their offer and pay their fees early to reserve a place in the program.

 

Additional Requirements for International Students

In addition to the admission requirements, international students must have proof of English Proficiency and meet the requirements below.

1. Proof of Senior High School Diploma/Certificate with 75% in each for the equivalents of Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology plus 2 senior level courses.

2. English Proficiency (we will require one of the following):

  • IELTS Academic International English Language Testing System: minimum overall score of 6.5 must be achieved with no individual band score under 6.0;
  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) – Internet Based Test (iBT) overall minimum score of 88, with the minimum of 22 in each component: Reading: 22; Listening: 22; Speaking: 22; Writing: 22.
  • PTE (Pearson Test of English) Academic 鈥 Graduate Diploma: 60+

If your country of citizenship has English as its official language, we may accept alternate proof of English Proficiency.

All educational documents must be submitted in English and will be dependent on the country of citizenship.

For more information, please contact admissions@northern.on.ca.

Additional Information

Requirements for Clinical Placements
  • Completed Immunization/Communicable Disease Testing Requirements forms, supplied by the College
  • Current Basic Cardiac Life Support Certificate (BCLS/C.P.R. 鈥 HCP Level)
  • Standard First Aid Certificate (or equivalent)
  • WHMIS Certificate (may be obtained at a minimal cost through the College)
  • A recent Canadian criminal reference/vulnerable sector check (original only/photo copy not accepted) 鈥 must be applied for no earlier than July 1st of the current year and is required prior to the start of the fall Semester.
  • Mask Fit testing (offered in September, on campus by the Nurse Training Officers)
  • Workers Safety Awareness in 4 Steps training certificate ()

For more information please review the Placement Requirements [PDF, 474 KB].

 

Please note:

COVID-19 vaccinations are required for all students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Practical Nursing and Personal Support Worker programs, in order to be permitted to attend clinical hours with the Timmins & District Hospital. Please review the Placement Requirements [PDF, 474 KB] to ensure you are up-to-date on vaccinations for your clinical requirements.

Clinical partner agencies may choose to create their own policies regarding mandatory student immunization against COVID-19 as a protective measure for residents and patients. 六开彩开奖结果 is required to adhere to these policies as a requirement for staff and students attending clinical.

Students are required to submit documentation for receiving two COVID-19 vaccinations prior to attendance at our partner health care agencies.听 The health care agencies have confirmed their policies stating that all students are required to be immunized for COVID-19 in order to care for residents and patients. Students who do not meet this requirement will not be permitted to attend clinical hours and will not meet the expectations for the practical component of the program course, which will result in course failure. There will be no exceptions for this requirement. Students must submit a copy of the official documentation for having received these vaccinations. For more information please review the Placement Requirements [PDF, 474 KB]

CPR re-certification, Canadian criminal reference/vulnerable sector check, and immunization updates are required annually and are to be completed by August 1st of each year. Any costs for these tests/certifications will be the responsibility of the applicant. Students who do not comply with the immunization requirements will not be allowed into the clinical practice settings, and as such will not be able to complete the required practicum to graduate from the program.

To be eligible for participation in clinical training, the student must not have been convicted of any criminal offence for which they have not been pardoned. An unpardoned criminal record will result in inability to participate in clinical practice courses and could prevent the student from graduating. A criminal record may also impede the student鈥檚 ability to write the National Registration Exams required for nursing employment in Canada. As of January 1, 2005, the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) requires all applicants for registration or reinstatement from within Canada to provide a recent Canadian Police Information Centre Criminal Record Synopsis (CPIC or OESC check) as part of the registration process. The criminal record check registration requirement enhances public protection by allowing CNO to identify those who have criminal records that could affect their suitability to practice nursing.

 

Essential Requirements for Study in Baccalaureate Nursing Programs in Ontario

Do you have the Requisite Skills and Abilities to Practice Nursing in Ontario?
Students considering the BScN program should review the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) document , The skills and abilities outlined in this document must be demonstrated in order to become a nurse in Ontario. Applicants who wonder whether or not they have the requisite skills and abilities to be registered as an RN or RPN should contact the CNO to explore the kinds of supports they might require.

The Council of Ontario University Programs in Nursing further outlines the .

Tuition, Fees & Payments

Tuition and fees are typically updated yearly for the upcoming Academic Year in May.

Current amount may be based on last years amounts and are subject to change. Ancillary fees vary by campus and program.

If the tuition and fee information for international students does not appear on this page, visit northerncollege.ca/international/tuition to see amounts for general programs.

Please refer to your Student Account for the most up-to-date information.

Student Year Campus Program Code Tuition Ancillary Fees Total Fees
StudentDomesticYear1CampusTimmins - PCProgram CodeH112Tuition$6,000.30 Ancillary Fees$924.50 Total$6,924.80
StudentDomesticYear2CampusTimmins - PCProgram CodeH112Tuition$6,000.30 Ancillary Fees$961.50 Total$6,961.80
StudentDomesticYear3CampusTimmins - PCProgram CodeH112Tuition$5,781.60 Ancillary Fees$811.50 Total$6,593.10
StudentDomesticYear4CampusTimmins - PCProgram CodeH112Tuition$5,678.20 Ancillary Fees$878.50 Total$6,556.70
StudentInternationalYear1CampusTimmins - PCProgram CodeH112Tuition$25,960.00 Ancillary Fees$1,447.58 Total$27,407.58
StudentInternationalYear2CampusTimmins - PCProgram CodeH112Tuition$25,960.00 Ancillary Fees$1,484.58 Total$27,444.58
StudentInternationalYear3CampusTimmins - PCProgram CodeH112Tuition$25,960.00 Ancillary Fees$1,334.58 Total$27,294.58
StudentInternationalYear4CampusTimmins - PCProgram CodeH112Tuition$25,960.00 Ancillary Fees$1,401.58 Total$27,361.58
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