Humber Open House this weekend

  1. I'll be headed over. Now that I've been accepted, I feel like there's so much i want to know. Is anyone else going to head out to Humber this weekend?
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  3. by   BosRMT
    Have fun! it's a great campus!
  4. by   futureTBA
    Thanks Bos! I know you're probably still pending a firm response - but any further info on your acceptance?
  5. by   BosRMT
    Quote from Galipemi
    I'll be headed over. Now that I've been accepted, I feel like there's so much i want to know. Is anyone else going to head out to Humber this weekend?
    Well, I just finished my last exam- A&P today. I think it went pretty well! So, not it's just a waiting game! I'll find out next week I'll let you know.
  6. by   BosRMT
    I got accepted! Wooooooooooo see you in September!
  7. by   futureTBA
    Congratulations! I know you've been waiting to hear - that's fantastic! I'll be excited to "know" someone Now all that's left is to pay tuition, deal with immunizations, police record checks and wait anxiously for class registration to open. I don't know if I'll be able to wait patiently
  8. by   BosRMT
    Thanks!!!!
    Haha I know! I'm sooooooooooo excited. I can't wait!
  9. by   pbgrn
    Quote from Galipemi
    I'll be headed over. Now that I've been accepted, I feel like there's so much i want to know. Is anyone else going to head out to Humber this weekend?
    Hi! I've just applied for the BN program at Humber as well- do you know if it is the same credentials as the BScN offered through U of T or Western? I am having a hard time figuring out the differences in the two programs and I would hate to be limited in career options because I did one over the other!
  10. by   futureTBA
    At the end of your education both schools prepare you to write the CRNE which would license you as a Registered Nurse. The education provided is equivalent knowledge base. As I understand it, Humber gears more towards a hands on education whereas UofT is a more academic curriculum. Since the province mandates the subjects covered, they are considered equivalent and both programs offer a bachelor's degree.

    Hope that helps - let me know if you hear back on an acceptance, best of luck!
  11. by   BosRMT
    Yes, Galipemi is right. It is equivalent. Humber's degree is actually from New Brunswick, and in NB they are referred to as a BN instead of a BscN. Just a simple name difference
  12. by   pbgrn
    Thanks guys! That helps clear things up. Has anyone else applying to Humber been 'waitlisted'? I just saw that my status has changed to that.
  13. by   BosRMT
    oh that sucks! I hope you find out soon. When I got my acceptance, I had to confirm by May 21st, so maybe some people won't confirm and they'll send out more acceptances. I hope I see you in September!

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