I'm a high school student that has gotten into UBC science program and I want to transfer into the BCIT nursing program
after I have gotten enough credits. I've tried doing some research but the BCIT website didn't really give me enough information about what I courses I might have to take.
I know for first year the courses at UBC are pretty general but courses like BIOL 112 or BIOL 121 confused me as to which one I should take if I plan on going into nursing (or maybe it doesn't even matter).
Also if I have already taken Physics 12 and Chemistry 12 in high school and it says take TWO of take two of CHEM 121, 123, (or CHEM 113 if CHEM 111 taken), PHYS 101, 102 or PHYS 107*, 108*, 109* for BOTH phys and chem, do I choose four courses or just two?
I know that you have to take a bunch of elective courses and do a ton of volunteer experience to get into BCIT nursing but I was wondering if someone could give me a complete list of what I NEED to take to get in regardless of whether it is in first year, second year or maybe even third year? Such courses as psychology or any courses on human anatomy (I know that UBC nursing needs a course called BIOL 153 or an equivalent human anatomy course). I was wondering if someone could explain what BIOL 153 is too and whether if we're able to take it in first year or not?
Sorry if this seems like a lot of questions but I'm anxious and scared that I might not make it into nursing since this is what I've been wanting to do for a long time. Thanks to anyone willing to answer my relentless rambles!