The Bachelor of Nursing After Degree program is offered over six consecutive semesters; students will complete the requirements in approximately 23 months. Students complete the first two semesters at Lethbridge College and complete the remaining four semesters at the University of Lethbridge. Upon completion, graduates will be eligible to write the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination (CRNE), to become licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN).
For courses currently in progress, please make sure to submit mid-term grades prior to the interim document deadline.
NOTICE: For Fall 2015 admission, applicants will be ranked using a Grade Point Average calculated using Human Anatomy and Physiology (6.0 credit hours), Microbiology (3.0 credit hours), Statistics (3.0 credit hours) and the semesters containing the most recent additional 16 university-level courses (48.0 credit hours).
International applicants are encouraged to read our International Application Information.
For a list of all required courses in the program and a suggested/required course sequencing plan, please see the Program Planning Guide.
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