Year 3 courses

CNUR 300 – Family Health (3 cr)
This course will focus on nursing care of families within the context of culture, community and society. Learners will have opportunities to explore family diversity, holistic assessment of diverse families, and integrateĀ health promotion and beginning interventions in caring for families in practice settings.
***Pre-requisites: CNUR 204, CNUR 206***
Note: This course is offered online.

CNUR 301 – Leadership and Influencing Change (3 cr)
This course will focus on the study and application of leadership theory pertaining to accomplishing goals and attaining greater levels of achievement in all domains of nursing practice. Learners will have the opportunity to explore principles of effective nursing leadership and management in formal and informal nursing roles.
***Pre-requisites: CNUR 204, CNUR 206***
Note: This course is offered online.

CNUR 302 – Theory & Practice Education: Child and Adolescent Partnerships (6 cr)
This course will focus on alterations in health of children and adolescents within the context of family. Learners will have the opportunity to explore and apply theory of developmental stages, primary health care principles and advanced assessment skills, and provide holistic care to children in the varying levels of intervention (health promotion, restoration, rehabilitation and support) while integrating nursing knowledge and critical thinking, pathophysiology, pharmacology, microbiology, nutrition, counselling and health education.
***Pre-requisite: CNUR 206***
***Pre-requisite that can be taken concurrently: CNUR 300***

CNUR 303 – Theory & Practice Education: Family and Newborn Partnerships (6 cr)
This course will focus on the health of child-bearing mothers, and infants within the context of diverse family contexts. Learners will have the opportunity to explore and apply primary health care principles and advanced assessment skills, and provide holistic care to infants, mothers and family members in the phases of pregnancy, birthing, postnatal and postpartum experiences. There will be opportunities to collaborate within multidisciplinary and interprofessional teams in a variety of settings using varying levels of intervention (health promotion, restoration, rehabilitation and support) while integrating nursing knowledge and critical thinking, pathophysiology, pharmacology, microbiology, nutrition, counselling and health education.
***Pre-requisite: CNUR 206***
***Pre-requisite that can be taken concurrently: CNUR 300***

CNUR 304 – Theory & Practice Education: Mental Health Partnerships (6 cr)
This course will focus on complex alterations in mental health of adults. Learners will have the opportunity to explore and apply primary health care principles and advanced assessment skills, and provide holistic care to adults in the varying level of intervention (health promotion, restoration, rehabilitation and support) while integrating nursing knowledge and critical thinking, pathophysiology, pharmacology, microbiology, nutrition, counselling and health education.
***Pre-requisite: CNUR 206***
***Pre-requisite that can be taken concurrently: CNUR 300***

CNUR 305 – Theory & Practice Education: Advanced Acute Care Partnerships (6 cr)
This course will focus on complex alterations in health of adults. Learners will have the opportunity to explore and apply primary health care principles and advanced assessment skills, and provide holistic care to adults in the varying levels on intervention (health promotion, restoration, rehabilitation and support) while integrating nursing knowledge and critical thinking, pathophysiology, pharmacology, microbiology, nutrition, counselling and health education.
***Pre-requisite: CNUR 206***
***Pre-requisite that can be taken concurrently: CNUR 300***

December Exit option

A December Exit option is also available.

Up to 84 students (42 each in Regina and Saskatoon) can be admitted to the December Exit option. You continue your studies during the Spring/Summer term at the end of year 3 and complete the program in December.

To learn more about this option, speak to an academic advisor.