Applicants will be ranked using the average of grades in the five courses listed above (Health Care Experience applicants will be ranked based on the average of five courses along with relevant work experience as outlined in the resume, letter of intent, and reference letter from employer* * ).
* Post-Secondary applicants must have a minimum of six transferable courses with a minimum GPA of 2.00. Applicants who have completed fewer than six transferable courses must have a minimum GPA of 2.00 and a 65% high school average.
* * A resume detailing relevant work, volunteer, and life experience; a letter of intent, describing the nature of previous work experience as it relates to nursing and the reason for pursuing nursing; and a letter of reference from an employer.
Individuals who do not have the necessary high school courses for admission may wish to apply to the Nursing Preparation Program that will provide access to courses that can be used for admission towards the B.N. program as well as courses that will count towards the B.N. program, if admitted.
High School Course Equivalents
To see which High School courses from outside of Alberta can be used for General Admission visit: High School Admission Route
Spoken English Language Proficiency Requirement
In addition to the English Language Proficiency requirement for regular University of Lethbridge undergraduate admission, applicants to the Faculty of Health Sciences must also meet a Spoken English Language Proficiency (SELP) requirement. More information on the SELP can be found here.
For detailed admission requirements for the Bachelor of Nursing program, please see the Health Sciences Admission section of the Academic Calendar.