General admission requirements
You must meet the general admission requirements for Mount Royal programs. Although the Admissions and Recruitment Office will determine which admission category, or standing, you will be in, you can check out the admission category definitions.
Program-specific admission requirements
Note: There is no guarantee that previously completed nursing courses taken at another institution will be granted credit in the Bachelor of Nursing degree program.
Academic Course Requirements
Admission is competitive and preference is given to applicants who have the highest average based on the conditional admission criteria for each admission category. In addition to meeting the general admission requirements, admission into the Bachelor of Nursing program requires the following academic course equivalencies and minimum grades:
All admission categories
Although conditional admission may be granted before final/official transcripts are available, confirmation of the achievement of specified minimum grades will take place after all final/official transcripts have been received.
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Fall 2013 - March 1
Fall 2014 - February 1
The application for admission and all supporting documents (required for admission assessment) must be received by this date.
Minimum overall average required for admission
To be eligible for admission on the basis of High School or Mature, applicants must present a minimum admission average of 65% on their five required and appropriate grade 12 subjects for high school standing and four required subjects for mature standing.
To be eligible for admisison on the basis of Post-secondary, applicants must present a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.0 on their 8 most recently completed post-secondary courses (minimum 24 credits) by June 30.
Aboriginal Student Admission
Each year four percent of the seats in the Bachelor of Nursing program will be reserved for Aboriginal applicants through an Aboriginal admission target. To be considered for admission under the Aboriginal admission target, the applicant must:
Designated seats for this special consideration target will be filled by Aboriginal applicants on a competitive basis. Applicants are encouraged to apply during Early Admission December 1 – March 1. Any unfilled designated seats will be released on June 1 to students applying under the general admission requirements.
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