Bachelor of Nursing - Regular
Humber is proud of its collaboration with the University of New Brunswick. Both institutions have long-standing traditions of excellence in nursing education in Canada. As a UNB-Humber Nursing student, you’ll receive all four years of your university undergraduate degree education at Humber in Toronto. Upon successful completion, you’ll receive a Bachelor of Nursing degree from the University of New Brunswick.
Our curriculum focuses on the nurse’s role in community/public health, primary health-care and acute-care settings. The program includes many hours of clinical/field practice where you will have the opportunity to put your nursing skills and knowledge to work in a supervised setting. Our goal is to give you the complete picture of what it’s like to work in health care and to strengthen your connection with patients and families. That personal touch complements courses such as Anatomy and Physiology, Chronic Health Challenges, Pharmacotherapeutics and more.
Small class sizes of 35 to 40 students means you will get both individual and group learning opportunities. Your clinical experiences will be diverse and cover a broad range of settings including community agencies, schools, long-term care facilities and hospitals.
Humber has relationships with more than 100 community agencies and makes every effort to give you the best possible experience in all the areas you could potentially work in after you have graduated.
Rapidly advancing medical therapies and treatments coupled with Canada’s aging population makes health care a dynamic place to build your career. The demand for nurses is growing faster than many other hot job markets and is expected to increase through to 2020. In order to create a comprehensive, leading-edge curriculum, Humber has partnered with the University of New Brunswick (UNB) to offer UNB’s Nursing program at Humber’s North Campus.
When you graduate, you will be able to apply for provincial, national and international employment opportunities as practitioners, educators and managers in community/public health agencies, hospitals, long-term care facilities, primary health-care or acute-care settings, rehabilitation services, clinics, private practices and more. You may also choose to pursue graduate education and go into teaching or research.
Our Industry Partnerships
Members of our advisory committee help to develop our curriculum and provide clinical placement and employment opportunities. Our industry partners include organizations such as Bridgepoint Health, College of Nurses of Ontario, Credit Valley Hospital, The Victorian Order of Nurses, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, Toronto Public Health, St. Michael’s Hospital, University Health Network, William Osler Health Centre, The Hospital for Sick Children and the Trillium Health Centre.
In 2013, the BN programs at Humber received accreditation for a seven year period, the maximum time frame; for further information, visit casn.ca. This degree program is also endorsed by the College of Nurses of Ontario and approved by the New Brunswick Nurses Association and the Ontario Provincial Education Quality Assessment Board (PEQAB).
To be eligible for admission, you must possess the following:
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent including these required courses:
- Grade 12 U English (ENG4U or equivalent)
- Grade 12 U Mathematics (MDM4U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MCV4U or MHF4U or equivalent)
- Grade 12 Chemistry (SCH4U or equivalent)
- Grade 12 Biology (SBI4U or equivalent)
- Two electives from an approved list
Minimum Grades and Averages
- Minimum overall average of 75 per cent in the four core courses and a minimum of 75 per cent in each core course.
- Minimum 60 per cent in each elective.
- All six courses must meet a minimum overall average of 75 per cent
- Mature Students Status (applicants 21 years of age or over with no college or university background):
- Mature applicants to the BN program will be required to have a minimum grade of 75 per cent in Grade 12 English (ENG4U), any Grade 12 U Mathematics, Grade 12 Chemistry (SCH4U) and Grade 12 Biology (SBI4U).
- Transfer Students (applicants with postsecondary education – college or university)
- Transfer students must present a minimum 3.0 grade point average (GPA) or 74 per cent. The GPA cut-off will vary from year to year depending on the application pool. Students must present a minimum grade of 75 per cent in Grade 12 English (ENG4U), any Grade 12 U Mathematics, Grade 12 Chemistry (SCH4U) and Grade 12 Biology (SBI4U).
All applicants whose first language is not English must meet Humber’s English Language Proficiency Policy.
Selection: Admission selection is based on the academic criteria indicated. Meeting minimum eligibility requirements does not guarantee admission.
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Last updated December 7, 2015