Students must achieve a minimum of 60% in a course to be able to apply the course to the B.S.N. Degree. A minimum cumulative grade average of 65% for all courses required in the B.S.N. Degree must be obtained in order to graduate.
Taking Non -UBC Courses While Registered in the B.S.N. Program
The program must ensure the professional competency of its B.S.N. graduates; therefore, practice courses and some theory courses must be completed at the UBC Okanagan campus. Students are advised to seek academic advising prior to registering in courses outside of UBC Okanagan that they wish to apply to their B.S.N. degree.
Students require a letter of permission from the School of Nursing to register in most other academic institutions. On completion of the course students are responsible for submitting an official transcript as well as a request form to have the credits assessed and applied to their degree.
Note: For further information please refer to the B.S.N. Program Procedure for Taking Non- UBC Courses While in the Nursing Program located on the School of Nursing website.
Students in the B.S.N. program are also subject to the Requirements to Receive a Degree or Diploma.
Degree Requirements for Four-Year LPN Access Program
Studies must normally be finished within seven years.
|HINT 110 Applied Research in Health||3|
|One of ENGL 112 or 114, 113, 150, 151, 153||3|
|BIOL 131 Human Anatomy and Physiology I||3|
|NRSG 120 Introduction to Nursing Research||3|
|NRSG 140 LPN Access to BSN||3|
|BIOL 133 Human Anatomy and Physiology II||3|
|Years 2, 3, 4|
|Students then complete all second-, third-, and fourth-year Basic BSN program degree requirements.|