1.1 Degree Requirements
Candidates must meet all course requirements. To be considered to have passed any course for purposes of the BNSc Program, students must achieve a minimum Grade Point of 1.7 (60% or C-) in each the course.
BNSc Degree requirements are completed within 4 years for a student registered in the Four Year BNSc Program and 2 years for students registered in the Accelerated Standing BNSc Program. The Associate Director (Undergraduate Nursing Programs) may grant a Leave of Absence (LOA) for documented health issues or extenuating circumstances. A LOA may be granted for a maximum of 1 year.
Any student who does not successfully complete a course in any given term or misses an academic term for any reason will be on an altered plan of study. The student will be required to complete a mandatory clinical preparation module (clinical practice days) prior to returning to the next clinical course. All students who are on an altered plan of study will normally have the length of their program extended by a minimum of 1 year.
Any student who has not participated in a clinical course for over 1 calendar year, will be required to audit a previous clinical course, before taking any clinical courses.
Students in the Accelerated Standing Track must complete all courses at Queen’s University.
Students in the 4-year track must complete a minimum of 50 percent of the total number of required credits for the BNSc degree plus 1 additional 3 credit course at Queen's University.
1.2 - Application for a Degree
1.3 - Honours Requirements
All students eligible for the BNSc Degree are eligible to graduate with honours. Please see Academic Regulation 22.