Quick Facts about BSN
The purpose of the full-time Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is to educate nurses to work with individuals, families, groups and communities in a variety of settings guided by a health promotion perspective and an ethic of caring.
Why enrol in KPU's BSN Program?
- - The program is recognized by the College of Registered Nurses on British Columbia (CRNBC)
- - Students will be directly involved with clients in their homes and in institution and community settings in each semester.
- - The program will assist students to develop sensitivity to people's experiences with health and healing across a lifespan in a vairety of settings.
- - Students will learn to work as partners with clients and with other healthcare providers.
- - A diverse mix of in classroom theory & hands on training!
- - Classes are taught by nursing & healthcare professionals with real-world experience.
Graduates of the Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program will be prepared to function as team members in specialized/non-specialized acute care, intermediate and/or long -term care hospitals, clinics, home care agencies and community health agencies.
Admission, Curricular & Declaration Requirements
The Certificate in Health Foundations fulfills the first-year requirements of the Bachelors of Science in Nursing Program. Following completion of the Certificate in Health Foundations, students may declare whether to go into the Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN), or Bachelors of Psychiatric Nursing (BPN). For the most up to date, accurate information on admission, curricular and declaration requirements, please visit the KPU Academic Calendar for BSN.
Fees & Finance
Students have a few options to assist with the financial aspect of their education at KPU:
- - Student Awards & Financial Assistance - provides information regarding Student Aid BC Funding, loans & other financial opportunities.
- - Fee Schedule - For the most up to date information regarding student tuition & fees.