Rady Faculty of Health Sciences: College of Nursing
Faculty of Nursing

Program description

The Bachelor of Nursing is offered in a community that is characterized by a mosaic of cultural groups. The curriculum gives students a solid base in theory. Clinical practice allows students to apply their skills and techniques in actual care-giving environments so that our graduates view people in their entirety when providing a service essential to community health and welfare.


Program options

Degree options

B.N. Bachelor of Nursing - 4 years
M.N. Masters of Nursing

Interesting courses and unique opportunities

Interesting courses
  • Providing Care in a Culturally Diverse Society (includes a study tour to China)
  • Perspectives on Mental Health Nursing
  • Pharmacology in Nursing Practice

    Professional opportunities

    • Clinical Nurse Specialist
    • Health care policy analyst
    • Registered Nurse
    • Consultant
    • Public Health Nurse
    • School Nurse
    • Travel Nurse
    • Researcher

      Admission requirements

      Visit the application for admission page to learn about admission requirements, important dates and how to apply.


      What is unique about this program at the U of M?

      The Bachelor of Nursing Program offers a solid base in technical theory, hands-on clinical practice and the skills to embrace a challenging, diverse and satisfying career. This program has internationally recognized academic staff with expertise in a variety of areas and students are given the opportunity to experience all aspects of nursing.


      Important links

      College of Nursing
      Undergraduate Programs 
      Graduate Programs