Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree

NIC offers a four-year degree in partnership with Vancouver Island University using the same concept-based collaborative curriculum, including leadership, advocacy, political action, nursing knowledge development and nursing scholarship. Settings include classroom, simulation lab, clinical and community, which offer diverse contexts to ensure students develop professional nursing skills to provide direct care and care coordination as part of a team in urban, rural and global settings.

Applications for 2023 Fall will open on Monday Oct 3, 2022 and close on Dec 16, 2022

 This program is currently not available to international applicants.


Where: Comox Valley
Starts: Fall (September)
Length: 4 years
Delivery: On-campus and Digital (Blended); Delivery Fall 2022: TBD

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I had some pretty old ideas of what nurses do and I didn’t think it would be challenging enough. I thought it was taking doctors’ orders, not advocating for patients. Meanwhile, here I am now in the most rewarding and challenging degree ever.

Dawn Tisdale, NIC Bachelor of Science in Nursing alumna

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