Western University and Fanshawe College have partnered to offer students a four-year collaborative BScN. The first two years of the program are offered simultaneously at both Western and Fanshawe, with 125 students at each location. All students study at Western for final two years of the program.
Nursing 4320 - Professional Ethical and Legal Obligations: A Critical Appraisal
Nursing 4400 - Advanced Concepts for Professional Practice
Nursing 4410 - Professional Practice: Clients with Complex Health Challenges
Nursing 4440 - Future Directions for Nursing & Health Care
Nursing 4461 - Professional Practice: Integrative Practicum
Electives (equivalent to 1.0 FCE)
The above is the normal course load. In exceptional circumstances and only with special permission of the Dean, (special permissions may be issued by the Academic Counsellor on behalf of the Dean), a student may make modifications to this course load.
All students in the BScN Program must:
Successfully complete all courses for each year of the program before proceeding to the next year's clinical courses.
Complete the program within seven academic years calculated from the initial date of registration in the School of Nursing.
Meet the progression requirements and maintain clinical skills from prerequisite nursing courses at a satisfactory level.