Welcome to Nursing at uLethbridge
Our graduates are prepared to be caring holistic professionals who base their nursing practice on theoretical knowledge, evidence, and standards for nursing practice.
The University of Lethbridge offers the Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Nursing After Degree programs in collaboration with Lethbridge College. Students study theory and experience clinical practice in the areas of medical and surgery, long-term care and continuing care, paediatrics, maternity and child, labour and delivery, mental health, rural acute and community health.
We also offer two graduate programs in Nursing for nurses and researchers who want to become leaders in nursing practice, education and research.
The Program Planning Guide (PPG) outlines the courses required to complete the program, along with a sequencing plan. You should keep your Program Planning Guide up to date and refer to it for course registration and general program planning.
2023/2024 Program Planning Guides
See ulethbridge.ca/ross/ppgs for all other calendar year PPGs. Your calendar year will be the year of your most recent admission to uLethbridge.
Bachelor of Nursing
Bachelor of Nursing After Degree
Nursing Preparation Program
Book and Arts & Science advising appointment
Book a Health Sciences advising appointment
Master of Nursing
Master of Science (Health Sciences - Nursing)
Nursing students can use these resources to determine their Out-of-Region or Graduation grade point averages.
Find out more about our nursing instructors here.
The Simulation Health Centre is available to support student learning and ongoing clinical practice development.