Application forms are available at umanitoba.ca/student/admissions. Ensure that you carefully read the current Application Information Bulletin at the time of application.
Applicants will be required to meet all of the following criteria to be considered for admission:
|Course #||Course Name||Credit Hrs|
|BIOL 1410||Anatomy of the Human Body1||3|
|BIOL 1412||Physiology of the Human Body1||3|
|MBIO 1220||Essentials of Microbiology1||3|
|Science Electives1, 2, 3, & 4||9|
|Electives1 & 6 (see options in chart below*)||12|
|*Electives must be from any combination of the following courses/subjects for a total of 12 credit hours|
|NURS 1280||Introduction to Nursing (3 cr)|
|NURS 2610/KIN 2610||Health & Physical Aspects of Aging (3 cr)|
|REC 2650/SWRK 2650/HMEC 2650||Social Aspects of Aging (3 cr)|
1 All courses can be completed in University 1, or an equivalent program, if students do not wish to extend their program of study.
2 The former BIOL 1110 Health and Health Professions may not be used as a Science elective.
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.
4 All courses must be 1000 level or higher. “0900” level courses (e.g., ENGL 0930) are not accepted for admission or transfer credit.
5 Social Sciences and Humanities information is found in the Undergraduate Calendar chapter for the Faculty of Arts, Additional Faculty Regulations and Policies (Section 5.1.1).
6 NURS 1500 is available only to students in the Aboriginal Nursing Cohort Initiative.
NOTE: NURS 1260 Growth and Development (3 cr) cannot be used towards admission requirements. Students who previously completed NURS 1260 Growth and Development with a minimum grade of "C" and are admitted to the College of Bachelor Nursing program, will be given advance standing in the equivalent second-year course, provided that the course was completed within five years prior to admission to the College of Nursing.
Updated May, 2014