The University of Victoria


The University of Victoria School of Nursing is a partner in the Collaboration for Academic Education in Nursing (CAEN) in the province of British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. The partners in the CAEN include the nursing programs at Camosun College, Vancouver Island University (formerly Malaspina College) North Island College, UBC Okanagan (formerly Okanagan University College), Thompson Rivers University (formerly University College of the Cariboo), Selkirk College, the University of Victoria, College of the Rockies and Aurora College, Northwest Territories.

The purposes of the CAEN partnership are to:

1. Ensure the quality, integrity and effectiveness of a shared curriculum,

2. Collaborate on and foster scholarly activities,

3. Provide vision and innovation in nursing education, and

4. Be a strong voice for academic education in nursing provincially and nationally.

The eight nursing programs share a common curriculum and this curriculum is delivered at all the partner sites. The senior nurse administrator from each nursing school sits on the Steering Committee for the partnership. This group oversees the activities of the partnership and is responsible for policy development. Each site also has a representative on the partnerships' Curriculum and Evaluation Committees. The Curriculum Committee oversees curriculum implementation, review and revision and the Evaluation Committee oversees the evaluation of the nursing curriculum. In addition the partners are involved in the Nurse Educators Scholarship Project (NESP) which is a project funded by the Vancouver Foundation to enhance the capacity for scholarship within faculty across all the partner sites.

Nursing at The University of Victoria

Nursing Programs in British Columbia


BCIT
The program prepares highly skilled, practice-ready graduates eligible for nurse registration. On completion of the program graduates are eligible to write... More >
Camosun College
The requirements of today‚??s nurse are that of a committed professional, who is strong academically, and thinks independently. Developing relationships with... More >
College of New Caledonia
Nursing education responds to societal concerns by developing a curriculum that is relevant and considers future trends in health care. Nursing education... More >
College of the Rockies
All Registered Nurses who graduate in British Columbia are required to complete a four-year baccalaureate degree meeting new national and provincial... More >
Douglas College
The health care system is always changing, as are the needs of its diverse clients. With cutting-edge curriculum and facilities, the Douglas College Bachelor... More >
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is to educate nurses to work with individuals, families, groups and communities in a variety... More >
Langara College
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program equips students with the broad base of knowledge and skills necessary to provide professional nursing care... More >
North Island College
Once you complete necessary upgrading and are qualified for the Nursing Program, it is possible to take a total of SIX courses before you begin the Nursing... More >
Northwest Community College
Start your bachelor's degree in nursing at NWCC! The Northern Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program (NCBNP) leads to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing... More >
Okanagan College
The Practical Nursing program prepares graduates to provide care, in partnership with other health professionals, to selected clients in a variety of... More >
Selkirk College
All registered nurses who graduate in British Columbia are now required to complete a four-year baccalaureate degree in order to meet national and provincial... More >
The University of British Columbia
The UBC School of Nursing combines a strong international reputation with award-winning faculty and students and the highest levels excellence in research,... More >
The University of Northern British Columbia
At the University of Northern British Columbia School of Nursing we are actively engaged in preparing excellent nurses who are ready to meet the complex care... More >
The University of the Fraser Valley
The School of Health Sciences currently offers degree, diploma and certificate programs leading to a variety of career options. Programs offered include: the... More >
Thompson Rivers University
The TRU School of Nursing offers a variety of basic and continuing nursing education programs. As well, we offer a HSRCA Certificate and a LPN program in... More >
Vancouver Community College
VCC is a leader in training in British Columbians for careers in health and caring for our communities. From early childhood education to nursing, and... More >
Vancouver Island University
The 4-year BSN program at Vancouver Island University is part of a 8-group consortium of nursing schools all sharing the same curriculum. Completion of the... More >