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    • Ranked 3rd in Canada in the Primarily Undergraduate category in the 2013 under Macleans University Rankings
    • Outstanding programs offered by faculty members consists of leading scientists, artists, entrepreneurs, economists, performers and health-care practitioners
    • Average class size at the U of L is just 32 students.
    • Friendly and safe university and community.
    • Access to advanced technology and state-of-the-art facilities.
    • Students can work during their studies and can apply to work in Canada for up to three years after graduation
    • Duration: 4 Years | Level: Bachelors Program Course Description
    • During the bachelor of science in nursing program, students will be prepared to work as registered nurses in both hospital and community-based health care settings.
    • Highlights include opportunities for specialized work in First Nations communities and travel studies to other countries such as Zambia.
    • Students will be trained through classroom, lab and clinical instruction in subjects ranging from pharmacology to nursing research, etc.
    • Duration: 4 Years | Level: Bachelors Program Course Description University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Health Sciences offers four-year full-time undergraduate degree program Bachelor of Nursing which is collaboration between Lethbridge College and the University of Lethbridge. Students spend their first two years at LC and their last two years at the U of L. The program prepares graduates as generalist entry-level practitioners. Upon completion, graduates become eligible to write the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination (CRNE), to become licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN).
    • Duration: 6 Years | Level: Bachelors Program Course Description The Course covers many areas of specialisation, including general practice, public health, and hospital-based specialities such as surgery, psychiatry, cardiology, and many more.
    • Duration: 2 Years | Level: Masters Program Course Description
    • The vision of TWUs Master of Science in Nursing program is to foster values-based nursing, educational vitality, excellence in scholarship in practice, and transformation through Christian graduate nursing education.
    • Prospering career opportunities in the field of nursing education, advanced practice, and health care leadership positions.

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