4 Year Curriculum

Year 1/University 1

30 credit hours

BIOL 1410 (Formerly ZOOL 1320)

Anatomy of the Human Body (see Note 1)

3

BIOL 1412 (Formerly ZOOL 1330)

Physiology of the Human Body (see Note 1)

3

NURS 1260

Human Growth and Development (see Note 1)

3

NURS 1280

Introduction to Nursing (see Note 1)

3

MBIO 1220

Essentials of Microbiology (see Note 1, 3)

3

 

Social Science (6 credits - see Note 1)

6

PSYC 1200

SOC 1200

ANTH 1210

ANTH 1220

Introduction to Psychology (6)
OR
Introduction to Sociology (6)
OR
Human Origins and Antiquity (3)
AND
Cultural Anthropology (3)

 

Science

6 credits from the Faculty of Science (see Notes 1, 3, 4 & 5)

6

Humanities

Elective (see Notes 1, 2, & 2a)

3

Note 1: All courses can be completed in University 1, or an equivalent program, if students do not wish to extend their program of study.

Note 2: Humanities, English, Philosophy, History, Religion, Languages, Classics, Native Studies, etc. Humanities information is found in the chapter for the Faculty of Arts, Additional Faculty Regulations and Policies, section 4.1.1. ARTS 1110 Introduction to University is not a Humanities course. "0900" (e.g., ENGL 0930) level courses are not accepted.

Note 2a: Six credits of the twelve credits of electives, including the Native Studies and the Humanities elective, must be at the 2000 level or above.

Note 3: Science Prerequisites. Students must meet the current Science prerequisites before registration for Science courses. See the Faculty of Science section in the General Calendar for the current prerequisites. It is preferred that the above prerequisites have been completed within the last five years. Math 40S is a prerequisite for Microbiology and Statistics.

Note 4: With the exception of Geological Sciences GEOL 1XX0, courses under the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources do not meet the Science elective requirements if taken in 2003-2004 and later. 1000 level introductory Geological Sciences (courses GEOL 1XX0) now offered under the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources, will be accepted as Science courses if taken prior to September 1, 2006.

Note 5: The course, BIOL 1110 Health and Health Professions, may not be used as a Science elective. It may, however, be used as an elective from year 4, provided that the level requirements of all electives are met.

Year 2

31 credit hours

STAT 1000

Basic Statistical Analysis 1 (See Note 3)

3

NURS 2120

Nursing Health Assessment

4

NURS 2130

Nursing Skills Laboratory

2

NURS 2180

Clinical Nursing Practice 1

3

NURS 2190

Clinical Nursing Practice 2

3

NURS 2220

Pharmacology in Nursing Practice

3

NURS 2230

Health Promotion of Older Adults and Their Families

4

NURS 2240

Health Promotion of Child Bearing & Child Rearing Families

6

HNSC 1210

Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles

3

Year 3

29 credit hours

NURS 3210

Nursing Research Methods

3

NURS 3280

Nursing Skills Laboratory

2

NURS 3290

Health Restoration in Nursing

6

NURS 3300

Clinical Nursing Practice 3

3

NURS 3310

Health Maintenance in Nursing

6

NURS 3320

Clinical Nursing Practice 4

3

NURS 3450

Introduction to Legal and Ethical Foundations of Nursing Practice

3

Native Studies (see Notes 2a & 6)

Elective - select one course from the following:

3

NATV 1220

NATV 1240

NATV 2020

NATV 2220

NATV 2450

NATV 3240

Native Peoples of Canada, Part 1 (3)
OR
Native Peoples of Canada, Part II (3)
OR
Metis of Canada (3)
OR
Native Societies and the Political Process (3)
OR
Images of Indian people in North American Society (3)
OR
Native Medicine and Health (3)

 

Note 6: Students should check Undergraduate Calendar for pre-requisites for 2000 and 3000 level Native Studies courses.

Year 4

29 + 10 credits

 

TERM A (16 credit hours)

 

NURS 4250

Palliative Nursing Care

3

NURS 4260

Nursing Care in Mental Health and Illness

3

NURS 4270

Clinical Nursing Practice 5

4

 

Electives (see Note 2a)

6

 

TERM B (13 credit hours)

 

NURS 4310

Nursing Leadership: Issues & Practices

4

NURS 4420

Health Promotion in the Community

3

NURS 4430

Clinical Nursing Practice 6

3

NURS 4440

Prevention of Illness

3

 

TERM C (10 credit hours)

 

NURS 4290

Clinical Practicum (12 weeks)

10

In the event of a discrepancy, the University of Manitoba Undergraduate Calendar and Application Information Bulletin supersede the information in this brochure. NOTE: Shaded areas indicate courses which may be completed prior to entering the Faculty of Nursing.