Quick Facts about the KPU Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Advanced Entry (BSNAE) Program
- - The full-time Bachelor of Science in Nursing Advanced Entry (BSNAE) program is intended for students who already have a baccalaureate degree (four year undergraduate degree) and allows students to transition to the field of nursing. The purpose of the program is to educate nurses to practice with a variety of clients in various settings, guided by a health promotion perspective and a capacity for effective relational engagement.
Why enrol in KPU's BSN-AE Program?
- - The program is recognized by the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (CRNBC)
- - Students will learn to work as partners with clients and with other healthcare providers.
- - Graduates will be eligible to apply for membership with CRNBCwhich includes successful writing of the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) exam.
- - Students will complete their nursing education and be in the workforce 18 months earlier than graduates from the traditional BSN program.
- - The BSN-AE program is designed to provide highly effective, efficient and meaningful learning experiences for students.
- - Program courses are offered in a hybrid format through three residencies at KPU, practice within healthcare agencies & communities, combined with online learning formats.
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