The Bachelor of Nursing develops caring professional nurses who are proactive and adaptable, competent and ethical clinicians, and creative and critical thinkers. Across the course, theory is consistently embedded in clinical practice through the inclusion of one Integrating Practice unit every semester. Students will undertake clinical placements in a variety of areas including aged care, community nursing, high dependency nursing, medical/surgical nursing, mental health, paediatrics, palliative care, and perioperative nursing. Students may also choose to engage with communities overseas and gain unique educational and cultural experiences working in care facilities in developing countries.
Applicants who have completed an approved and accredited Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled – Division 2 Nursing) and hold current registration as an Enrolled Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra) can apply for this Bachelor of Nursing (Enrolled Nurses – Diploma of Nursing Entry). Applicants with any other related qualification should apply for the Bachelor of Nursing and seek credit approval.
For more course information, visit Bachelor of Nursing (for Enrolled Nurses – Diploma of Nursing Entry) at ACU’