Faculty: Faculty of Nursing
Degree(s): Bachelor of Nursing
Nurses are always in demand. If you’re passionate about caregiving and thrive in dynamic learning environments then nursing is the place for you. Nurses work with diverse and vulnerable populations in a wide variety of health care settings at home and abroad, such as: schools, hospitals, daycares, long-term care facilities, and community clinics.
The two-year Bachelor of Nursing Advanced Standing program, offered at the Moncton site, is designed for students with at least 60 credit hours of university experience. This accelerated program allows students to complete their Bachelor of Nursing degree in six terms over 24 months.
A Bachelor of Nursing from UNB qualifies graduates to write the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).
UNB nursing graduates have held Canada Research Chair positions, are Majors in the Canadian Armed Forces, Executive Directors in hospitals, have been elected to ministerial government positions, and are leaders within their places of employment, making a difference at the bedside of one patient at a time.
UNB Nursing students benefit from experiential learning in a variety clinical settings beginning in year one. Students also work alongside partner organizations to promote health, prevent illness, and share knowledge in the community.
For more information, visit the Faculty of Nursing's website.
For admission requirements, select "Nursing" in our admission requirements tool.