Qualify as a Registered Nurse, and open up a professional career path in private and public institutions, in clinical, education, research and management roles.
With online lectures, face-to-face tutorials and laboratories, simulation and practical placements in local health institutions, this program provides many opportunities to develop nursing skills. Graduates are eligible to apply for initial registration as a nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia.
The Bachelor of Nursing is a 3 year full time or 6 year part time program. A minimum ATAR score of 70 is required for entry or credit is available for qualified Enrolled Nurses.
The Bachelor of Nursing is delivered at the GUC in partnership with USQ.
|University Partner||University of Southern Queensland|
|Course codes/ names||Bachelor of Nursing|
|Duration||3 years full time, 6 years part time|
|Entry Requirements||ATAR 65|
|CRTafe Pathways||Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled)|
- Express interest in the Nursing Course for 2021 using the button below.
- Potential students who have submitted an EOI will be invited to the GUC Nursing Information session on September 28. It is the first step of our application process and essential that you attend if you are wishing to apply for 2021. You do need to RSVP.