|ANAT 102: Human Anatomy|
|MICR 300: Microbiology|
|NSTA 116: Statistics for Students of Biological Science|
|PATH 200: Pathophysiology 1|
|PSYC 100: Psychology: Introduction|
Current students, please make sure to review your MyHumber Academic Progress report to confirm which courses you should register into for your Winter semester. Courses with in-person requirements will likely also have online components. Humber may need to change plans for in-person learning, subject to government and public health directives and/or additional health and safety considerations.
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Seek, utilize, and develop knowledge to support and enhance competence in professional nursing practice.
Intentionally apply understanding of the psycho-social, historical, spiritual and cultural dimensions of health and illness when working with diverse individuals, families, communities, and populations.
Appraise, provide and modify nursing actions by synthesizing knowledge from nursing, the arts, and sciences integrating these with appropriate professional guidelines for best nursing practices.
Practice according to the standards, scope of practice and code of ethics of the provincial regulatory body, consistent with other national practice guidelines, in accord with provincial and federal legislation and in the context of primary health care.
Humber is a leading-edge facility in every respect. This program has been awarded the highest rating for accreditation - a testament to its excellence. Practice and learn in our bioscience and health science laboratories – including clinical simulation labs that provide hands-on learning in a controlled environment. Continuous placement in a range of clinical settings enhances your ability to apply in-classroom education to real-life situations.
A relevant, well-rounded curriculum focuses on the nurse's role in community/public health, primary health-care and acute-care settings. All full-time faculty hold a master's degree, while some hold doctorate preparation or are engaged in doctoral studies.
Well-equipped labs feature leading-edge equipment, including four simulated nursing labs and bioscience and anatomy labs and help students prepare for nursing careers in all health care settings as practitioners, educators, and managers.
To find out more about the general demands and performance expectations of nurses in Ontario as you consider whether or not nursing is the right profession for you, read the College of Nurses of Ontario's Fact Sheet titled Requisite Skills and Abilities for nursing practice in Ontario.
Being a nurse means you need to look and act like a professional. Our industry partners share what they look for in an employee and what professionalism means to them.
Watch the video to hear Patricia Geerlinks discuss the importance of professionalism.
Watch the video to find out what professionalism means to Joy Fitzgerald.
Watch the video to find out more about the Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario.
Watch the video to hear what Mary McAllister looks for when hiring a Registered Nurse.
Upon graduating from this program, eligible students may have the opportunity to work in provincial, national and international placements in:
Eligible students may also seek graduate education.
Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN)
This program is accredited by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN). CASN accreditation is a combination of institutional and specialized accreditation in which a school's educational unit and nursing education programs are assessed against peer-established standards of excellence.
College of Nurses of Ontario
The University of New Brunswick-Humber Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Programs (Regular 4 Year Pathway, Second Entry Pathway and Bridge Pathway) are approved by the College of Nurses of Ontario (www.cno.org). Current graduates from these programs are eligible to apply for registration as a Registered Nurse in Ontario.
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Watch the video to hear what Bachelor of Nursing students have to say about the UNB/Humber BN program.
Relational influences on experiences with assisted dying: A scoping review
Fri, May 22, 2020
Congratulations to Professor (Nursing) Caroline Variath who successfully authored an article published in the Nursing Ethics journal.
No news at this time.
Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness News
Apply for Winter Semester Scholarships
Mon, February 01, 2021
Scholarships have launched for the winter semester. Full-time students can now start applying for application-based scholarships.
The Tzu Chi TCM Clinic is open for business
Thu, January 21, 2021
The Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinic is open for business and TCM program students are seeing patients Monday through Friday.
Senior Dean Jason Powell Welcomes New Students to Fall 2020 Academic Semester
Mon, August 31, 2020
Senior Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness, Dr. Jason Powell Welcomes New Students to Fall 2020 Academic Semester.
No news at this time.
The University of New Brunswick was first granted Ministerial Consent to offer this collaborative program with Humber in 2001. All degrees offered by Ontario colleges and public universities from outside the province are reviewed by a provincial quality assurance agency on a cyclical basis which results in consent renewals. As a result of the most recent review, Humber has been granted a consent renewal by the Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development to continue to offer this honours degree for a five-year term starting December 4, 2015. In conformity with the Minister’s criteria and requirements, Humber will submit an application for the renewal of the consent for this program 12 months prior to the expiration of the consent. Humber shall ensure that all students admitted to this program will have the opportunity to complete the program within a reasonable time frame.
Every attempt is made to ensure that information contained on this website is current and accurate. Humber reserves the right to correct any error or omission, modify or cancel any course, program, fee, timetable or campus location at any time without prior notice or liability to users or any other Person.
On October 21, 2019, the Provincial Government of Ontario announced the renaming of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) to the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU). Both names may appear on this website.