If you were admitted to a BScN program in the Faculty of Nursing on or after September 2006, this rule in the University Calendar applies to you.
Please note this rule in the Academic Regulations section of the University Calendar:
“Students who wish to alter the course sequence of their program as laid out in the calendar, or who have withdrawn from or failed a course must see the Student Advisor immediately to discuss program completion options. Reregistration cannot occur without permission from the Faculty. Students will be competing for available space in nursing courses when returning. Students may be required to enrol in a refresher course prior to proceeding in clinical nursing courses in order to protect the public interest.”
If you plan to alter the sequence of your BScN program you need to discuss program completion options with the Student Advisor. If you have already altered the sequence of your program and have not discussed program completion options, you still need to meet with the Student Advisor. Please complete the Student Proposal to Alter Program Sequence document (PDF) and bring your proposed alternative sequence plan to your meeting with the Student Advisor.
Students who alter their sequence will also be required to complete a new set of health and safety forms. Please complete and turn in the OOS Student Checklist (PDF).
This is an option that is sometimes available for BScN-Collaborative Program students to complete their degree in December of their final year rather than the following April. This option requires students to take classroom and clinical courses in the Spring/Summer of their final year, and is only available to students who have completed all program course requirements to that point. Please note that the fast-track option is not necessarily available every year – students should watch for announcements on eClass in their third year for more information.