The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a four-year program. It is offered jointly with two Ottawa-area colleges, and in both official languages. It seeks to prepare the next generation of nurses to offer quality nursing care and to assume leadership within the health care system. Its mandate is to prepare generalist nurses (a) who can work in any place offering nursing care, (b) who have developed effective communication skills, (c) who use their critical thinking and analytical skills at work and (d) who are open to lifelong learning. These programs also lead to graduate studies (MSc, MSc — PHCNP, PhD) in nursing sciences at the University of Ottawa.

This program is offered in English and in French. 

NSG 2113Introduction to Nursing Science3 Units
NSG 2313Introduction to Nursing Practice3 Units
NSG 2317Health Assessment3 Units
NSG 3103Theory in Nursing3 Units
NSG 3105Care of Adults Experiencing Illness3 Units
NSG 3107Family-Centered Care of Children with Acute and Chronic Illness3 Units
NSG 3111Care of the Childbearing Family3 Units
NSG 3123Community Health Nursing3 Units
NSG 3127Nursing Professionalism and Ethics3 Units
NSG 3137Practicum: Mental Health3 Units
NSG 3305Practicum: Care of Adults Experiencing Illness3 Units
NSG 3307Practicum: Family-Centered Care of Children with Acute and Chronic Illness3 Units
NSG 3311Practicum: Childbearing Family3 Units
NSG 3320Mental Health Nursing3 Units
NSG 3323Practicum: Community Health Nursing3 Units
PHA 3112Clinical Pharmacology3 Units
NSG 4134Political and Economic Contexts of Health Care3 Units
NSG 4245Practicum: Consolidation9 Units
NSG 4330Complex Nursing Care3 Units
NSG 4430Practicum: Complex Nursing Care6 Units
PHS 4300Pathophysiology3 Units
SAI 4120Interprofessional Health Care Practice3 Units
Total: 75 Units