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Aboriginal Practical Nurse Diploma at Bow Valley College

How long is the Aboriginal Practical Nurse Diploma at Bow Valley College?
2 Year Diploma of Aboriginal Practical Nurse

What you need to get in to the Aboriginal Practical Nurse Diploma at Bow Valley College?
60% or higher in English 30-1 or 70% or higher in English 30-2 or equivalent. Credit in Math 20 Pure or a minimum final mark of 60% in Math 20 Applied or equivalent. Minimum final mark of 60% in Biology 30 or a minimum final mark of 60% in Anatomy and Physiology at Bow Valley College or equivalent. Current valid immunization report. Current Police Information Check (PIC). Current CPR Healthcare Provider Level Certificate. For International applicants or applicants educated outside of Canada: English language proficiency can be demonstrated by any one of: Achievement of a TOEFL score of 557-560 on the paper-based test, a score of 220 on the computer-based test, or a score of 83 on the internet-based test (iBT). Achieving an IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score of 6.5. Successful completion of the English for Academic Purposes program at Bow Valley College with a grade of B. Math and Science proficiency can be demonstrated by: English transcripts showing equivalent level Math and Science completion. Commitment and affiliation to an Aboriginal community.

For more information on the Aboriginal Practical Nurse Diploma at Bow Valley College
(403) 410-1400

Does the Aboriginal Practical Nurse Diploma offer a Coop?
No

Distance Education Available:
No

What type of learning environment should I expect in the Aboriginal Practical Nurse Diploma?
In Class Study

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