YEAR 4 NURSING
In Year 4 Nursing, students are placed individually in a variety of settings where they are actively involved in enacting the nursing role for 24 hours per week first term; and 24 hours per week in the first six weeks and 36 hours per week in the last six weeks of the second term.
Students are directly supervised by a clinical preceptor and indirectly supervised by a faculty member.
Review your Advisement Report for how many electives you are required to complete. Additional elective requirements include:
- Minimum 6 units from Level 2 or above coursework
Elective course work must be completed prior to the start of the final term in Level 4.
WHAT COURSES CAN I TAKE FOR ELECTIVES?
McMaster offers a variety of courses across all Faculties that students can complete to satisfy their elective requirements. Students in the Nursing program can also take non-mandatory NURSING or HTHSCI courses offered by the School of Nursing toward their elective requirements (to a maximum of 6 units), including independent study/research project courses HTHSCI 4AR3 and HTHSCI 4BR3.
WHAT IS LEVEL 2 OR ABOVE COURSEWORK?
Courses are designated Level 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. You can learn what level a course is designated by the first numeric digit in the course code (ex. PSYCH 1A03 is a Level 1 course while HISTORY 3A03 is a Level 3 course). Courses designated Level 2 or higher are called Upper Level courses.
Find elective courses
Mohawk and Conestoga site students have the option to take COLLAB courses at their respective site.
LETTER OF PERMISSION - Click to find out how to take courses at other institutions towards credit at McMaster.