Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Oulton College is pleased to receive conditional designation for the new Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
This new proposed program offered in Moncton, New Brunswick, will allow students to graduate with a BScN within three years. Graduates from this program will be eligible to apply for registration as Registered Nurses with provincial regulatory bodies.
The program does not have a published start date currently. Admission inquiries are encouraged and can be submitted immediately below.
- A problem solver and analytical thinker
- Personable and hold excellent communication skills.
- A team player
- Professional & Supportive
Read about the requisites and skills and abilities required to become a Registered Nurse in New Brunswick.
About our BScN program
Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program addresses a broad societal need by fully preparing registered nurses. This current and comprehensive program will draw on an evidence-informed, concept-based curriculum. Our program will ensure that the profession’s entry level competencies [ELC’s] are met, and that graduates are successful in registering and integrating into professional practice.
What is the duration of the BScN at Oulton College?
The program would run over 36 consecutive months [3-years], with 34 teaching months and breaks between terms. There would be a total of 9 terms.
What kind of hands-on training will I receive?
Our BScN students will complete their studies in-person, in Moncton New Brunswick. Students will have frequent practical experience in our state-of-the-art lab and have access to lifelike mannequins beginning in term 1. There will be over 1,400 hours of clinical experience throughout the program that will expose students to real life experiences in a variety of health care settings.
Where would my clinical experiences be?
Our students are placed in a variety of placement sites within our health network. Clinical placements may occur in hospitals, health facilities, long-term care, public health departments, home care settings and community settings. Your clinical experiences will be supervised by Oulton College faculty and clinical instructors.
Is the program approved?
The program has received preliminary approval from the Nursing Association of New Brunswick (NANB). Programs with preliminary approval status will be considered for full approval status following the first class of graduates. The program is pending approval with the Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission (MPHEC) and the Government of New Brunswick (GNB).
When will student be able to enrol?
The program does not have a published start date currently. We are currently accepting expression of interest to the program below; we look forward to keeping you informed.
Professional Practice upon Graduation:
Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, graduates will earn a BScN credential. The program is aligned with the national Entry to Practice Competencies. Following graduation, students will be eligible to complete the NCLEX exam. Following successful completion of the exam, and licensure with NANB, graduates will become Registered Nurses.