Quick Facts about the Health Foundations (HF) Program
The purpose of the part-time/full-time Certificate in Health Foundations (HF) Program is to provide foundational health courses which will prepare students with knowledge and skills necessary to enter the second year of a KPU nursing degree program. This is a limited enrollment program with intakes in each semester. Upon application to the Health Foundations (HF), students will indicate one of two streams: Pre-nursing or pre-psychiatric nursing. Students who complete the program requirements may apply to graduate with a Certificate in Health Foundations. Through a competitive declaration process they may continue through three years of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing (BPN) degree, or they may move to another program/faculty at KPU.
Why enrol in KPU's HF Program?
Provides options for students & success for those that choose nursing programs.
Provides students with a solid foundation of preparatory knowledge and skills, and to expose them to healthcare roles & the healthcare system.
Encourages multidisciplinary learning environment, which addresses competencies required by each regulatory body.
Start Dates beginning in each semester: September, January & May. Choose when you start!
Health Foundations (HF) Program Information Sessions