As part of the Camosun College/University of Victoria BSN Program, you'll build your knowledge, skills, and attitudes. You'll learn from a combination of practical experience and coursework in science and the humanities. As part of your degree, you'll have access to meaningful work term placements so that you can integrate your academic knowledge with real-world nursing practice.
As a nursing student, you'll apply your learning in simulated lab and nursing practice settings throughout your program. Through experience, reflection, conceptualizing, and application, you'll continually build your knowledge.
Complete your BSN education
You'll spend 2.5 years at Camosun, which includes 5 academic semesters and 2 spring practicum terms. You'll then move to the University of Victoria to finish up your final 2 semesters and consolidated practice experiences, which takes a total of 1.5 years. You may be eligible for entrance scholarships to UVic at this time.
Becoming a registered nurse
After completing your four-year program, you'll be ready to write the NCLEX licensing examination, and will have met the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP) entry-to-practice competences. You will become a registered nurse (RN).
There is priority seating in this program for students of Indigenous ancestry.
- Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing
- 2.5 years at Camosun, 1.5 years at UVic
- Study Options
- Full-time only
- Work Experience
- 7 practicum placements
- Interurban, University of Victoria
- Health & Human Services