Free 2018 International Student Handbook
Program：Nursing: Collaborative (York-Seneca-Georgian)
Nursing: Collaborative (York-Seneca-Georgian)
Faculty of Health
York's Collaborative Nursing program educates nurses using a blend of theory and practice. You will acquire critical thinking and research skills as well as gain extensive practicum and clinical experience – York Collaborative Nursing students complete approximately 1400 hours of clinical experience through their placements in each year of the program.
The combination of in-class discussions, laboratory and classroom simulations, and clinical placements will help you develop a high degree of theoretical, practical and philosophical knowledge around human caring. Through this methodology you will learn to practice nursing using a holistic approach towards individuals, families and communities.
Students in this innovative and exciting four-year collaborative degree program will select one of our collaborative partner sites for the first two years of their degree followed by years three and four at York University. Graduates receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) degree from York and will be eligible to write the registrtaion exam to become registered nurses with the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO).
To be eligible for admission to this program:
· Make sure you meet our admission requirements.
· Submit your application through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC).
· Submit all supporting documentation and language proficiency test results (if required) to York's Office of Admissions.
· If you are a current York student wishing to transfer to the Collaborative Nursing (BScN) program, please complete the York online application by the deadline. Be sure to include all required supporting documentation.
Chinese High School
· Senior Secondary School Graduation Certificate
o Successful completion of the final year of Senior 3/Grade 12 level of student
· Grade 12 math
· Grade 12 biology
· Grade 12 chemistry or Grade 12 physics
· No prerequisite below 75%
· Registered Nurse
· Home healthcare
· Primary healthcare
· Public health
· Hospital tertiary care
· Long-term care
· Global health care
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