Program Outline

The Nurse Re-Entry Program consists of twelve (12) courses and one (1) Practicum course.  Students will complete the program within three (3) to four (4) academic terms depending on individual learning needs.

Courses are offered by a combination of classroom and online (blended) delivery.  Most courses will feature a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning for students. In combination, the two methods allow students to maintain connections with their instructor and classmates (synchronous) and provide flexibility (asynchronous).

Students referred to the program by the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba (CRNM) or Registered Nurse Regulatory body must complete all required courses with in two (2) years of the start date of courses.

Self-referred students must complete all core courses within two (2) years of the start date of your first course.

Students must complete all core courses within two (2) years of the start date of the course to receive a Nurse Re-Entry Program Post-Graduate Certificate.

Students must obtain a minimum grade of "B" in each course.

Core Courses required for the Post-Graduate Certificate

COMM -1206 Professional Communication in Nursing
NRSG – 1012 Registered Nurse Practice
NRSG – 2004 Holistic Health Assessment and Skills
NRSG – 2005 Critical Thinking and Clinical Judgement in Nursing
PRAC – 3017 Nursing Practicum

Other courses offered in the Nurse Re-Entry Program

These courses may be a requirement by the CRNM or a Registered Nurse regulatory body to meet education requirement for registration:

NRSG – 1013 Fundamentals of Mental Health Nursing
NRSG – 1014 Fundamentals of Maternal/Newborn Nursing
NRSG – 1015 Fundamentals of Pediatric Nursing
NRSG – 1016 Nursing Management of Acute Conditions
NRSG – 1017 Nursing Management of Chronic Conditions
NRSG – 1018 Community Health Nursing
NRSG – 1019 Fundamentals of Gerontology
NRSG – 1021 Pharmacology for Nurses

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