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Next Cohort: Sep 6-Aug 28
Sep 6-Aug 28
Ryerson’s Collaborative Nursing Degree Program — offered in partnership with Centennial College and George Brown College — is a leading-edge learning and clinical environment committed to preparing nursing leaders who are highly competent, knowledgeable and committed to playing an integral role in shaping our health care future. Your studies can begin at any one of three sites: Ryerson, Centennial or George Brown. In the first two years, each school offers the same curriculum. You then move to Ryerson for your third and fourth years, and graduate with a degree from Ryerson. With a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, you will be eligible to write the College of Nurses of Ontario registration examination and accept entry-level positions in a variety of settings where nursing is practiced.
As a student our Collaborative Degree Nursing program, you will be a part of an exciting journey to become a knowledgeable and compassionate practitioner.
Through the four years in the program, you will gain a solid foundation in nursing theory and knowledge as well as engage in a variety of high-quality and diverse practice experiences.
You will develop the skills and knowledge needed to provide nursing care in today’s world and to build meaningful and therapeutic relationships with patients, families and communities in which you will work. These relationships and experiences will be informed by your interpersonal skills and your high-quality clinical competency.
Starting at each of our three program sites (Ryerson University, George Brown College and Centennial College) you will be provided with opportunities to experience high-tech simulation, and take part in comprehensive clinical scenarios and situations within the safety of a supportive teaching and learning environment. These experiences in our labs will help you develop the competence and confidence to provide skilled and thoughtful care.
A significant part of your nursing education will involve working with patients and communities across a wide range of nursing practice placements, in a variety of settings. Your experiences in placements will allow you to develop and apply your evolving knowledge, step by step, in supervised practice settings.
Overall, you will have access to knowledgeable and committed faculty members and clinical instructors, skilled and responsive academic advisors, preceptors and clinical staff who will support you in placements and lab settings and access to a range of student support services and resources at all three of our sites. All of this is intended to set the conditions for the success of our students.
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Next Cohort: Sep 6-Aug 28