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The bachelor of science in nursing (collaborative) program at Memorial university is designed to prepare entry-level nurses for careers in a variety of healthcare settings, as direct caregivers, educators, counselors, advocates, facilitators, coordinators of care, researchers, leaders, and members of the nursing profession.
This four-year option is open to students with a high-school diploma and those who have attended a post-secondary institution, including those who have completed undergraduate studies or who hold a bachelor's degree.
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Bachelor's degree (minimum 3.0 CGPA) in Nursing; an undergraduate course in each of statistics and nursing research (minimum ‘B’ (65%) in each); license to practice nursing in jurisdiction; and minimum of one year (1950 hours) of nursing practice experience.
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