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 65 is required for entry or an approved Certificate IV qualification. A year’s 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, relevant Certificate IV or higher|
|CRTafe Pathways||Certificate IV in Aged Care, Health Science Foundations,
Preparation for Entry into Nursing;
Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled)
- Express interest at GUC using button below before 10 September 2018
- Attend the compulsory information session 5pm Monday 10 September, to find out all about the way in which the course runs and to be allocated an interview time.