Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Want a career where you'll be in demand, earn a good salary, make a difference in your community, and have access to national and international job opportunities? Earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree through Cambrian, and you'll have the skills, knowledge, and practical experience to take on nursing roles in hospitals, long-term care settings, community care centres, and other health organizations.

The Laurentian University Four-Year Collaborative Nursing Program, in collaboration with Laurentian University, Northern College, St. Lawrence College, Sault College, and Cambrian College, combines courses in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences with preparation in the theory and practice of nursing.

Clinical experiences in hospitals and community health care agencies during the program enable you to put into practice the knowledge and skills learned in classes. You will have the opportunity to work with physicians, dieticians, physiotherapists, and members of other health care disciplines.

Nurses with a B.Sc.N. degree can pursue Masters and Doctoral studies to prepare for work as educators, clinical experts, and researchers.

Please note there is limited enrolment in this program – only 74 seats are available.

What's in it for you?

Career outcomes*

  • Registered Nurse in hospitals, long-tern care residences or health care agencies.

Average Salaries*

Across these career outcomes, salaries in Canada range from:

$52,000 to $83,000

Accreditations

  • Registered Nurse Designation

Cambrian grads consistently have an above-average pass rate for the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) registration exam

Plan your future

Next Session start

September 2017

Available delivery options

  • Full-Time

Graduate in 2021*

*Minimum Full time length is 4 years