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Bachelor of Nursing (BNSG) - BN

QTAC code (Australian and New Zealand applicants): Ipswich campus: 936392; External: 906395; Toowoomba campus: 906392

CRICOS code (International applicants): 093153B

 On-campus#External#*
Semester intake:Semester 1 (February)
Semester 2 (July)
Semester 1 (February)
Semester 2 (July)
Campus:Ipswich, Toowoomba -
Fees:Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
International full fee paying place
Commonwealth supported place
Domestic full fee paying place
Residential school:Toowoomba or Ipswich campus 
Standard duration:3 years full-time or 6 years part-time 
Footnotes
#All students must be able to meet the physical and other professional requirements of clinical practice within this program.
* Enrolment externally in the Bachelor of Nursing is not available to International students.

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Future Australian and New Zealand students  Future International students  Current students 
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Freecall (within Australia): 1800 269 500
Phone (from outside Australia): +61 7 4631 5315
Email: study@usq.edu.au  
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Phone: +61 7 4631 5543
Email: international@usq.edu.au 
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Freecall (within Australia): 1800 007 252
Phone (from outside Australia): +61 7 4631 2285
Email: usq.support@usq.edu.au 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students

USQ strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Students interested in a career in nursing should contact the Indigenous Coordinator in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at study@usq.edu.au for information on guidance and support and to discuss entry pathways.

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Professional accreditation

The Bachelor of Nursing at USQ is accredited by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) and is listed as an approved program with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

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Program aims

The Bachelor of Nursing provides the graduate with the nursing knowledge and skills to apply to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) for registration as a Division 1 Registered Nurse.

To gain registration as a nurse, graduates of this program will also have to satisfy registration criteria of the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. To gain registration, applicants will also have to meet standards in English language skills, criminal history, and professional indemnity insurance. To maintain registration, nurses are also required to meet standards of Continuing Professional Development and Recency of Practice. All of these standards can be found on the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia website: NMBA Registration Standards .

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) will keep a register of students enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing for the duration of their study or clinical training. USQ as the education provider will pass on students' details directly to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) for registration. No fees are required.

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Program objectives

Graduates of the Bachelor of Nursing will be able to:

  1. direct their own learning and understand the NMBA Scope of Practice of Registered Nurses as responsible, reflective lifelong learners

  2. apply clinical reasoning and clinical management using the nursing process and the best available evidence to provide safe, person-centred nursing care

  3. demonstrate exemplary communication and interpersonal relationships working and leading intra-professional and interdisciplinary teams

  4. plan, provide and evaluate comprehensive, safe, appropriate and responsive quality nursing care across multiple contexts and populations that meets NMBA Professional Standards of Practice.


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Australian Qualifications Framework

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is a single national, comprehensive system of qualifications offered by higher education institutions (including universities), vocational education and training institutions and secondary schools. Each AQF qualification has a set of descriptors which define the type and complexity of knowledge, skills and application of knowledge and skills that a graduate who has been awarded that qualification has attained, and the typical volume of learning associated with that qualification type.

This program is at AQF Qualification Level 07. Graduates at this level will have broad and coherent knowledge and skills for professional work and/or further learning.

The full set of levels criteria and qualification type descriptors can be found by visiting www.aqf.edu.au.

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Program Information Set

View USQ’s admission criteria, student profiles and a summary of all offers made under Course Admission Information Set via the QTAC website.

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Admission requirements

To be eligible for admission, applicants must satisfy the following requirements:

  • Have achieved a minimum Overall Position (OP) 13, tertiary entrance rank 71 or equivalent qualification.^

  • Subject Pre-requisite: English (4,SA) or equivalent

  • English Language Proficiency requirements for Category 3.


^These are determined by the University for specific programs each Semester. The 2019 OP and tertiary entrance ranks are based on agreed QTAC schedules which assess formal study at Year 12 or equivalent level, tertiary, preparatory, professional or vocational qualifications or work experience, as detailed in the QTAC Assessment of Qualifications Manual and QTAC Assessor Guidelines. Special admissions may help you get into the program of your choice by increasing your Selection Rank. The additional points don't apply to all applicants or all programs. Please read the information about USQ's Special Admissions carefully to find out what you may be eligible for.

Applicants are advised to also address the following:

  • Recommended Prior Study: Mathematics A (4, SA) or equivalent and one of Biological Science, Chemistry, Physics or Science or equivalent.


Satisfaction of admission requirements does not guarantee admission. Places within the Bachelor of Nursing are limited by quota. Quota size is determined by the availability of hospital placements. Where the quota is filled, no further places will be offered.

All students are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements.

If students do not meet the English language requirements they may apply to study a University-approved English language program. On successful completion of the English language program, students may be admitted to an award program.

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Requirements for professional experience placements

Practical experience is an integral component of the program and each student is required to undertake and satisfactorily complete 840 hours of practical experience.

Progression into practical courses is dependent upon a pass grade in theoretical and other practical courses which have been set as prerequisites.

Applicants must be willing to undertake and submit the requirements of the University of Southern Queensland and Queensland Health for practical placement. Please refer to the applicable Professional Practice Experience Handbook for Nursing and Midwifery Students.

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Program fees

Commonwealth supported place

A Commonwealth supported place is where the Australian Government makes a contribution towards the cost of a students' higher education and students pay a student contribution amount, which varies depending on the courses undertaken. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

Commonwealth Supported students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called HECS-HELP.

Domestic full fee paying place

Domestic full fee paying places are funded entirely through the full fees paid by the student. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

Domestic full fee paying students may be eligible to defer their fees through a Government loan called FEE-HELP provided they meet the residency and citizenship requirements.

Australian citizens, Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders, Permanent Resident visa holders and New Zealand citizens who will be resident outside Australia for the duration of their program pay full tuition fees and are not eligible for FEE-Help.

International full fee paying place

International students pay full fees. Full fees vary depending on the courses that are taken and whether they are studied on-campus, via distance education/online. Students are able to calculate the fees for a particular course via the Course Fee Finder.

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Program structure

The Bachelor of Nursing consists of 24 credit point units (24 mandatory courses) as listed in the standard progression for commencing students.

The Bachelor of Nursing is an integrated curriculum, which provides foundational knowledge and then builds on this with a mix of theory, clinical simulation and professional placements. Pre-requisite courses are strict requirements for professional placement courses. Students need to ensure their enrolments align with established enrolment patterns (full or part-time). Students who enrol outside these enrolment patterns can expect significant challenges in scheduling on-campus requirements (weekly classes or residential schools) with the requirements of professional placements.

Requirements to complete the program

Students are required to satisfactorily complete all courses. Some courses have compulsory attendance requirements. To satisfactorily complete the six clinical courses, students must participate in the required hours of clinical practice offered at off-campus venues and satisfactorily demonstrate the learning objectives of these courses.

The Bachelor of Nursing at USQ prepares students for a Bachelor’s degree in nursing. Upon completion of the program and application for registration as a nurse, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) requires additional demonstration of English language standards for students for whom English is a second language.

Standard enrolment pattern (BNSG) - Standard 3 year progression - Semester 1 start

Semester 1  Semester 2 
Year 1 
BIO1203 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1  NUR1201 The Patient Experience: Partnering in Care  
NUR1100 Introduction to Nursing Praxis   NUR1202 Professional Identity 
NUR1102 Literacies and Communication for Health Care  NUR1299 Foundations of Nursing Practice 
NUR1120 Health and Illness  NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice 
Year 2  
NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health   NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice  
NUR2000 Medications Management  NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan  
NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A   NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A  
NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B  NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B  
Year 3 
NUR3030 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health  NUR3020 Professional Transitions  
NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice  NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context 
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk  NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B # 
NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice or NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A**  NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A or NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice ** 

Footnotes
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program.
**Do not select the same course twice.

Standard enrolment pattern (BNSG) - Semester 2 2019 start (3 years, including some Semester 3 courses)

To complete in 3 years (6 semesters) students will need to study in Semester 3.

Semester 1  Semester 2  Semester 3 
Year 1 
  NUR1102 Literacies and Communication for Health Care    
  NUR1202 Professional Identity   
  NUR1201 The Patient Experience: Partnering in Care   
  NUR1100 Introduction to Nursing Praxis  BIO1203 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 
Year 2 
NUR1299 Foundations of Nursing Practice   NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A   
NUR1120 Health and Illness  NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B   
NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health   NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan   
  NUR2000 Medications Management  NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice 
Year 3 
NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice  NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice   
NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A  NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context   
NSC2204   NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice   
NUR3030 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health   NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk   
Year 4 
NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A     
NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B#   
NUR3020 Professional Transitions   

Footnotes
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program for students on this progression.

Standard enrolment pattern (BNSG) - Semester 2 2018 start (3 years, including some Semester 3 courses)

To complete in 3 years (6 semesters) students will need to study in Semester 3.

Semester 1  Semester 2  Semester 3 
Year 1 
  NUR1102 Literacies and Communication for Health Care    
  NUR1202 Professional Identity   
  NUR1201 The Patient Experience: Partnering in Care   
Year 2 
NUR1100 Introduction to Nursing Praxis   NUR1299 Foundations of Nursing Practice  NUR3030 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health 
NUR1120 Health and Illness  NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice   
BIO1203 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1   NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context   
Year 3 
NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A  NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A  NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice  
NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B  NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B  NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice 
NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health  NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice   
NUR2000 Medications Management   NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan   
Year 4 
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk     
NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A   
NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B#   
NUR3020 Professional Transitions   

Footnotes
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program for students on this progression.

Standard enrolment pattern (BNSG) - Semester 2 2017 start (3 years, including some Semester 3 courses)

To complete in 3 years (6 semesters) students will need to study in Semester 3.

Semester 1  Semester 2  Semester 3 
Year 1 2017 
  NUR1102 Literacies and Communication for Health Care   BIO1203 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 
  NUR1202 Professional Identity   
  NUR1201 The Patient Experience: Partnering in Care   
Year 2 2018 
NUR1100 Introduction to Nursing Praxis   NUR1299 Foundations of Nursing Practice   
NUR1120 Health and Illness  NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice   
NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health   NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan   
NUR3030 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health  NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context   
Year 3 2019 
NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A  NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A  NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice  
NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B  NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B   
NUR2000 Medications Management  NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice   
  NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice   
Year 4 2020 
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk     
NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A   
NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B#   
NUR3020 Professional Transitions   

Footnotes
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program for students on this progression.

Enrolment pattern (BNSG) - Study over 4 years

Semester 1  Semester 2 
Year 1 
BIO1203 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1  NUR1201 The Patient Experience: Partnering in Care  
NUR1102 Literacies and Communication for Health Care   NUR1202 Professional Identity 
NUR1100 Introduction to Nursing Praxis  NUR1299 Foundations of Nursing Practice 
Year 2 
NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health   NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A  
NUR1120 Health and Illness  NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B  
NUR2000 Medications Management   NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice  
Year 3 
NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A  NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan  
NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B  NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice 
NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice  NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context  
Year 4 
NUR3030 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health   NUR3020 Professional Transitions  
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk  NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A 
NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice  NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B# 

Footnotes
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program for students on this progression.

Standard enrolment pattern (BNSG) - Endorsed Enrolled Nurses (EEN) with 8 exemptions - Semester 1 start (2018 only)

(Exemptions: NUR1120; NUR1102; BIO1203; NUR1100; NUR1299; NUR1202; NUR1201; NUR3030)

Semester 1  Semester 2 
Year 1 
NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health  NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A  
NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A   NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B 
NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B  NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice 
NUR2000 Medications Management  NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice 
Year 2 
NUR3020 Professional Transitions   NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan  
NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice  NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice * 
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk   NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context  
NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A  NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B# 

Footnotes
*Concurrent study with NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan this cohort only due to course offer change.
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program for students on this progression.

Standard enrolment pattern (BNSG) - Endorsed Enrolled Nurses (EEN) with 8 exemptions - Semester 1 start (includes Semester 3 study)

(Exemptions: NUR1120; NUR1102; BIO1203; NUR1100; NUR1299; NUR1202; NUR1201; NUR3030)

Semester 1  Semester 2  Semester 3 
Year 1   
NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health  NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A   NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice 
NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A   NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B   
NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B  NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan   
NUR2000 Medications Management  NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice   
Year 2   
NUR3020 Professional Transitions   NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice   
NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice  NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context    
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk   NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B#   
NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A     

Footnotes
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program for students on this progression.

Standard enrolment pattern (BNSG) - Endorsed Enrolled Nurses (EEN) with 8 exemptions - Semester 2 start (from 2019)

Semester 1  Semester 2 
Year 1 
  NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A  
  NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B 
  NUR2000 Medications Management 
  NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan 
Year 2 
NCS2500   NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context 
NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A  NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice  
NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B   NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice 
NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice  NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice 
Year 3 
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk   
NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A   
NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B#   
NUR3020 Professional Transitions   

Footnotes
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program for students on this progression.

Standard enrolment pattern (BNSG) - Endorsed Enrolled Nurses (EEN) with 8 exemptions - Semester 2 start (from 2018) (including study in Semester 3)

Semester 1  Semester 2  Semester 3 
Year 1 
  NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A    
  NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B   
  NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice   
  NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan   
Year 2 
NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health   NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context   NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice 
NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A  NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice    
NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B   NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice    
NUR2000 Medications Management     
Year 3 
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk     
NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A     
NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B#     
NUR3020 Professional Transitions      

Footnotes
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program.

(2017 transition pattern only) Standard enrolment pattern - Endorsed Enrolled Nurses (EEN) and International Registered Nurses (BNSG) with 8 exemptions - Semester 2 2017 start (3 years)

Semester 1  Semester 2  Semester 3 
Year 1 (2017 only) 
  NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice    
  NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan   
  NUR3010 ^   
Year 2 (2018 only) 
NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A   NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A   NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice 
NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B  NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B    
NUR2000 Medications Management   NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice    
NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health  NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice   
Year 3 (2019 only) 
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk     
NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A     
NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B#     
NUR3020 Professional Transitions      

Footnotes
^NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context was replaced with NUR3010 in Semester 2 2017.
#This course must be completed in the final semester of this program.

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Required time limits

Students have a maximum of 6 years to complete this program. i

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IT requirements

Students should visit the USQ minimum computing standards to check that their computers are capable of running the appropriate software and versions of Internet web browsers and to check the minimum and recommended standards for software.

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Credit

Endorsed Enrolled Nurses

Endorsed Enrolled Nurses applying for exemptions must supply documentation including a certified copy of their Diploma of Nursing and a certified copy of their current Enrolment licence from Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Endorsed Enrolled Nurses with a Diploma of Nursing from a VET institute or equivalent may apply for up to eight exemptions in the Bachelor of Nursing program (two full-time semesters).

Enrolled nurses and Endorsed Enrolled Nurses who are completing their qualification at VET should contact study@usq.edu.au for advice on direct articulation pathways from VET and possible exemptions. Exemptions must comply with the university regulations from the USQ Credit and Exemption Procedure.

Transfer Students: Students who wish to transfer components of other accredited Bachelor of Nursing programs and students with prior university credit should contact usq.support@usq.edu.au to apply for possible exemptions. Exemptions/credit will be assessed based on the USQ Credit and Exemption Procedure.

International students who have a Registered Nurse qualification from an approved education institution under NOOSR guidelines may apply for exemptions in the program. Please refer to USQ International for information about how to apply.

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Enrolment

The Bachelor of Nursing program is offered with a variety of progressions over full-time or part-time enrolment patterns. Students may also utilise courses offered in Semester 3 to load-spread their program (quotas apply for Semester 3 courses).

The Bachelor of Nursing is an integrated curriculum, which provides foundational knowledge and then builds on this with a mix of theory, clinical simulation and professional placements. Pre-requisite courses are strict requirements for professional placement courses. Students need to ensure their enrolments align with established enrolment patterns. Students who enrol outside these enrolment patterns can expect significant challenges in scheduling on-campus requirements (weekly classes or residential schools) with the requirements of professional placements.

External Study

External enrolment in the Bachelor of Nursing requires significant on-campus commitments including residential schools (Toowoomba and Ipswich campus) in most semesters of up to two weeks duration as well as face-to-face clinical placements. Students must be prepared to travel to clinical placements, and at times this will require periods of living away from home for up to four weeks. Enrolment externally in the Bachelor of Nursing is not available to International students. Visa requirements for International students require significant on-campus attendance.

Recommended enrolment pattern

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Bachelor of Nursing - Recommended enrolment pattern

Students are able to enrol in any offered mode of a course (on-campus, external or online), regardless of the program mode of study they enrolled in.


CourseYear of program and semester
in which course is normally studied
Residential schoolEnrolment requirements
On-campus
(ONC)
External
(EXT)
Online
(ONL)
YearSemYearSemYearSem

Year 1

NUR1120 Health and Illness1111Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BNSG
NUR1102 Literacies and Communication for Health Care11,211,2Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BNSG
BIO1203 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1*1111,3HR
NUR1100 Introduction to Nursing Praxis11,211,2MPre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BNSG
NUR1202 Professional Identity1212Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BNSG
NUR2300 Evidence Based Nursing Practice1212,3Pre-requisite: NUR1102
NUR1201 The Patient Experience: Partnering in Care12Pre-requisite: Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BNSG
NUR1299 Foundations of Nursing Practice1212MPre-requisite: NUR1100

Year 2

NSC2500 Pharmacology and Pathophysiology in Health2121Pre-requisite: BIO1203
NUR2101 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan A21,221,2Pre-requisite: NUR1299
NUR2102 Chronic Care Across the Lifespan B21,221,2MPre-requisite: NUR1299 Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: NUR2101
NUR2000 Medications Management21,221,2MPre-requisite: BIO1203 and NUR1299
NUR2299 Chronic Care in Practice21,2,3Pre-requisite: NUR2102
NUR2200 Mental Health Care Across the Lifespan2222Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: NUR2000 and Students must be enrolled in the following Program: BNSG
NUR2203 Acute Care Across the Lifespan A21,221,2Pre-requisite: NUR2101
NUR2204 Acute Care Across the Lifespan B21,221,2MPre-requisite: NUR2102 Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: NUR2203

Year 3

NUR3030 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health31,3Pre-requisite: NUR2101
NUR2399 Acute Care in Practice31,2,3Pre-requisite: NUR2204 Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: NUR2299
NUR3201 Quality, Safety and Risk31,2MPre-requisite: NUR2000 and NUR2300
NUR3599 Mental Health Care in Practice31,2,3Pre-requisite: NUR2200 and (NUR2299 or NUR2399)
NUR3101 Primary Health Care in a Global Context32,3Pre-requisite: NUR1120
NUR3020 Professional Transitions31,2Pre-requisite: NUR1202 and (NUR2299 or NUR2399)
NUR3299 Transition to Professional Practice A31,2,3Pre-requisite: NUR2000 and (NUR2299 or NUR2399)
NUR3499 Transition to Professional Practice B31,2,3Pre-requisite: NUR2000 and NSC2500 and NUR2399 and in final Semester of study Co-requisite: NUR3299

Footnotes
*BIO1203 is available on-campus in Toowoomba and Ipswich. For the Ipswich offer, course lectures are held at Ipswich and course laboratories are held at Springfield.