School of Nursing
Have you always wanted to be a nurse? Find out how to get started in this rewarding career.
We are committed to promoting and facilitating global education for students and faculty.
First Nations nurses are in great demand in communities across Canada.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)
- Practical Nursing (Williams Lake)
- Health Care Assistant
- Aboriginal Pathways to Health Career Programs
- Continuing Education and Open Learning Programs
In addition we offer programs through Open Learning — Return to Nursing Practice and TRU World — Internationally Educated Nurses. Some of our programs accept international students and have designated seats for students of Aboriginal ancestry. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program offers students an opportunity for an international experience.
We look forward to getting to know you as you study and practice nursing at TRU. The School of Nursing is here to support your goal of becoming a health care professional. The opportunities available to provide care to individuals in their home or in a health care institution are extraordinary and the TRU program will provide the foundation for a successful dynamic career.
Coming to know fellow students, nurses and the people you will learn from and be entrusted to care for throughout the program are an integral part of the curriculum and learning experience. Take this opportunity to be adventurous: explore diversity, appreciate difference, and expect the unexpected.
Please explore our TRU Nursing Programs to find which will best suit you!