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Undergraduate Programs

All undergraduate nursing programs – 4-Year Direct Entry, 2nd Entry and Post-RN Internationally Educated Nurses (IEN) – are approved by the College of Nurses of Ontario enabling graduates to write the registration exam approved by the College’s Council.

Subject to Senate approval, the School of Nursing will launch optional BScN undergraduate streams covering topics in areas including leadership and elder care, mental health, and acute/critical care in the 4-Year Direct Entry and 2nd Entry Programs.

Graduates receive a Specialized Honours Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) degree and will be eligible to write the registration exam (e.g., NCLEX-RN) approved by the College’s Council (e.g., College of Nurses of Ontario). Graduates must meet essential professional practice requisite skills and abilities (e.g., cognitive, communicative, communication, interpersonal, behavioural, psycho-motor, sensory and environmental capacities) and specific College requirements to become members who can practice with the title “Registered Nurse”.