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Nursing

Admission Requirements

This program is in high demand and the number of qualified applicants greatly exceeds the number of seats available, and, as such, not all of those meeting minimum requirements can be admitted.

Admission Requirements

The Nursing program is a competitive entry program. The application window opens each fall semester for the following academic year. Please check back in August for more details on specific application deadlines for the 2016-2017 program intake.

There is priority seating in this program for students of Aboriginal ancestry.

When you apply you will need to submit proof that you meet the following admission requirements.

Tip Where a letter grade is specified, you must have proof of that grade or higher.

Requirement High school options Camosun options
English
one of:
  • B in English 12
  • B in English First Peoples 12
Math
one of:
  • B in Principles of Math 11
  • B in Pre-calculus 11
  • B in Foundations of Math 11
  • B in Foundations of Math 12
  • B in Pre-calculus 12
Chemistry
one of:
  • B in Chemistry 11
  • B in Chemistry 12
Biology
one of:
  • B in Biology 12
Grade 12 Grade 12 graduation or equivalent
CRNBC requirements Acknowledgment of meeting the requirements for registration with the College of Registered Nurses of B.C. (CRNBC) as laid out in the CRNBC document Requisite Skills and Abilities. Please sign and date the CRNBC RSAs acknowledgment form.

Missing admission requirements?

Camosun offers alternative courses and upgrading programs to help you get started.

Get more details about the requirements for each stage of the admissions process, as well as requirements for program participation and completion.

Have you been out of school for a few years?

It is recommended that the high school sciences and math be completed within the last 5 years.

If you have not completed these within the last 5 years, it does not mean that you will not be considered; however, we do recommend that you upgrade and/or retake these high school courses or an alternate course at Camosun.


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