Bachelor of Nursing
Application deadlines: December 1, June 1
Full-time, Part-time, Distance & online learning
Intakes: February 11, August 5
International tuition: A$30,700
Domestic tuition: A$6,566
including primary health care and health promotion, long-term and residential care, mental health, acute and critical care, rural and remote services, and policy development acquire foundation knowledge and skills to provide safe, sensitive, effective and holistic nursing care to people of all ages and backgrounds participate in clinical laboratories, tutorials, lectures and seminars with face-to-face and online teaching learn through a concept-based teaching approach integrating the science, ethics, and aesthetics of contemporary nursing practice understand and apply nursing management principles in a range of settings acquire in-depth knowledge and understanding of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan. develop and broaden your knowledge, skills, and attitude to work and prepare for real-world clinical practice undertake professional practice to ensure readiness for employment as a beginning nurse clinician.
This program can be done
Admission Requirements Normal UC requirements for admission to an undergraduate course. The normal UC requirements for admission to undergraduate degrees are based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means: Year 12 ATAR other Australian Qualification work Experience overseas Qualification Additional Admission Requirements Immunisations TB Screening National Police Check NSW Health forms Working With Vulnerable People First Aid/CPR Academic IELTS 7.0 across all bands to comply with ANMAC RN Accreditation Standards and NMBA (AHPRA) registration requirements. Assumed Knowledge Mathematics - general (minimum - required) English (required) Biological Science (preferred) Chemistry (preferred) Psychology (recommended)
This course leads directly into becoming eligible for registration as an Australian qualified Registered Nurse. Nursing is a diverse career and a UC trained RN can comfortably look for work in the hospital sector, private health care, primary health care, rural and remote health care and military support. An Australian RN qualification is also highly respected internationally and opens the door to numerous nursing employment opportunities overseas.
Bruce , Australia