Nursing : Nursing Practice Requirements
Note: Nurse Practitioner students must have access to a vehicle to attend practicum experiences during the program. NP students must be willing and able to travel to any health authority in BC to work with a primary care preceptor. Students are responsible for finding accommodation with a high speed internet connection. This will allow individuals to participate easily in online synchronous and asynchronous learning sessions.
Non-Degree Student Practica Fee (BCCNP Nurse Practitioner Registration Applicants)
Non-degree students completing course work to meet eligibility requirements for NP Registration examinations with the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP) must also pay a $750 practica fee in addition to tuition for the course(s) and any other fees associated with non-degree student status as assessed by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
All students in the School of Nursing are subject to the provisions of the Canadian Nurses Association Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, and the BCCNP Professional and Practice Standards (or the equivalent in the province/territory/ state in which the student practises). In addition to the above, the following School of Nursing practice regulations apply:
OR the student has breached the Regulations Concerning Practica, the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses or the BCCNP Professional or Practice Standards (or the provincial/territorial or state equivalent where the student's practicum is located), the course instructor may then: