Been reading the pre-req's of nursing programs
in the states from the bb, and they sound more like undergrad courses... are they?
Does one have to have a few university courses under their belt before applying to a U.S. nursing program? Not to mention a test for nursing like the MCAT? sounds hard!
In Toronto, great H.S. marks are sufficient enough
. In addition, some university courses taken prior to enrollment in nursing are good to get you exempt from taking them again!
May 23, '02
It really depends on the program that you choose to attend. All programs require most of the same classes---anatomy and physiolgy, microbiology, statistics, etc. These are all undergraduate level courses.
Also, each program is different as to what entrance test they require.
Hope this makes sense.
Last edit by subec on May 23, '02