- Professional Relationships
- Medical-Surgical Nursing
- Pharmacology for Health Sciences
- Great Works of Philosophy
- Developmental Psychology
- Nursing Practicum: Care of Chronic and/or Acutely Ill Adults/Elderly Adults I
- Medical-Surgical Nursing II
- Family-Centred Maternal Child Nursing Care
- Nursing Practicum: Care of Chronic and/or Acutely Ill Adults/Elderly Adults II
- Nursing Practicum: Maternal and Child, Family-Centred Care
- Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing
- Concepts of Acute and Critical Illness
- Community Health Promotion Theory
- Management and Leadership in Health Care
- Introduction to Biochemistry
- Nutrition and Health
- Gerontological Nursing
- Nursing Research
- Practicum in Community Health Promotion
- Microbiology for Nursing Students
- Nursing Practicum: Medical-Surgical and Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing (Fall or Winter)
- Current Issues in Nursing and Health Care
- Integrated Practicum
We would be happy to meet with you, answer any questions you may have and give you a tour of the nursing facilities. Please write Barb Bolton, email@example.com, to arrange a visit to the School of Nursing. We recommend you also contact Queen’s campus tours and work in a tour of the campus also while you are visiting.
Yes, you do! You require first aid and CPR, HCP (health care provider level). They must be in-person classes (not on-line) and they should be dated after May 1st of the year you are entering. You will receive an email from us, once admitted, advising you how to submit these.
Yes, you do! You will receive information about this from the School of Nursing. If you require a letter from the School of Nursing to give to the police station, please write firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide you with this letter.
You will receive a letter from the School of Nursing once you are admitted directing you to a form which will explain what is required to be a nursing student at Queen’s
Our undergraduate programs are not on-line. You will come to the Queen’s campus to take courses.
The program is full-time (two years). If you have transfer credit for certain courses, you may not need to take them. Courses will be assessed once admitted to the program.
Please see our Undergraduate Admissions page about external transfers to Nursing Science
The Undergraduate Program (BNSc) has been granted a 7-year accreditation from the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) as of July 2013.