Faculty: Faculty of Science, Applied Science, and Engineering
Degree(s): Bachelor of Nursing
Campus: Saint John

Explore the full breadth of the nursing profession, from community nursing to emergency care, with our nationally recognized BN program.

Our campus is adjacent to New Brunswick’s largest health care facility, the Saint John Regional Hospital - the province's main trauma and heart care centre and medical teaching facility. We are also co-located with Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick, and NBCC (New Brunswick Community College) Allied Health - giving us unique opportunities for interdisciplinary research and education that will enhance your studies.

You will begin with introductory classes in the physical and social sciences along with courses geared toward career development. In your second year you will focus on health specialties such as mental health, young families and the relationship between bodies and disease. Third and fourth year courses will concentrate on acute care and community nursing.

Our students receive valuable real-world experience during clinical care practicums at both the hospital and through local community, industry and public health programs and agencies.

There are two BN delivery models to choose from with the same admission requirements: a four-year program and a condensed three-year model. You can choose which model you would like on your application.

For more information on the BN program or the LPN to BN Bridge Program, see the Department of Nursing and Health Sciences.

Note: The certificate in nursing leadership and management is designed for those pursuing leadership in healthcare. This program is completed online and consists of five business administration courses. Admission requirements include a bachelor’s degree in any discipline and current membership in good standing with the Nurses Association of New Brunswick (NANB).

Admission requirements

For admission requirements, select "Nursing" in our admission requirements tool.

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