School of Nursing

Welcome to the School of Nursing at Nipissing University

We offer the following Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) programs

Collaborative program with Canadore College

On campus in North Bay, Full-time, 4-year

Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) Bridging Program​

On campus in North Bay, Full-time, 3-year

Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) Blended Delivery

Distance Education, Part-time, 5-year

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) Scholar Practitioner Program (SPP)

Toronto, Full-time, 2-year

Do you want a career that is both challenging and rewarding? If you really want to make a difference in people’s lives and are interested in combining science and technology with a compassionate human touch, then consider a career in nursing. Nurses are at the centre of health care delivery in key transition points. Nurses also excel in leadership and administrative roles that incorporate research, management, and education.

Students are responsible for all associated costs and expenses incurred for application to or while enrolled within any Nursing program.

These may include, but are not limited to, the following: BCLS-HCP CPR certification, criminal reference check/vulnerable sector screening clearance, mask-fit testing, required lab/practicum equipment and/or supplies, licensure preparatory requirements, transportation to and from any theoretical and/or practicum course placement, etc.

"A patient recently discharged home wanted me to extend her appreciation and gratitude for the excellent nursing care provided by one of your 4th year BScN students. The patient was in awe of the compassion the student offered her and wanted to ensure I forwarded her compliment to the student and Nipissing University directly.  She stated she has been a patient many times in the past few years and although she has received great care during most admissions, she felt the care provided this admission was exceptional from two of our own nursing staff as well as from your student.  The patient was adamant that the nursing student be acknowledged for her excellence as she had such a significant impact to her recovery and current well-being."

-hospital unit administration