The Baccalaureate Program for Registered Nurses (BPRN) is a program for Registered Nurses leading to a Bachelor of Nursing (BN) degree. The program offers full-time and part-time study. Courses are offered on-campus and by distance education.
Students have a maximum of 5 years to complete the degree after admission to the Faculty of Nursing.
Student selection is based upon academic standing and professional experience. If applications exceed the number of spaces available, the best qualified candidates will be selected.
University credits earned outside of nursing diploma courses or other completed degree programs may be considered for transfer credit.
Red River College Diploma Nursing Accelerated (DNA) program graduates will receive advanced standing for the following courses:
|Course #||Course Title||Credit Hrs|
|NURS 3210||Nursing Research Methods||3|
|NURS 4220||Law and Ethics in Nursing Practice||3|
Provided these conditions have been met:
Students from the DNA program are required to substitute the core community course (NURS 3220) with another 4 credit hour Nursing clinical course.
Students not registered with the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba (CRNM) and continuing in the program must submit proof annually of active practicing status in the Canadian jurisdiction in which they hold membership. Verification for returning Manitoba students will be obtained annually from the CRNM by the Faculty of Nursing.
Registered nurses must obtain a name tag as specified by the Faculty.
No longer offered by the Faculty. Students may receive advance standing for Adult Intensive Care Nursing courses if successfully completed at the University of Manitoba in winter 2008 or earlier, and within five years prior to the date of admission to the BPRN. Contact a Nursing Student Advisor for further information.
Available only for nurses employed by First Nations and Inuit Health (FNIH). Students may receive advance standing in their electives for Primary Care Skills courses NURS 2210, NURS 3370, and NURS 3380, if successfully completed within five years prior to date of admission to the BPRN. Contact Wendy Ducharme, FNIH, at 983-3174 for information regarding the courses, location, and schedule.
Contact a Student Advisor for further information, or check the following website: umanitoba.ca/nursing/option_in_aging.