Year 4 courses

CNUR 400 – Social, Political & Economic Perspectives in Nursing (3 cr)
This course will focus on the roles and competencies of the nurse within the context of the health care system and the larger society as they relate to community, provincial, national and global health. Learners will have the opportunity to further explore the social determinants of health and the legal, ethical and political issues and policies that impact population health.
***Pre-requisites: CNUR 204, CNUR 206***
***Pre-requisite (can be taken concurrently): INHS 100***
Note: This course is offered online.

CNUR 401 – Theory & Practice Education: Population Health and Community Partnerships (6 cr)
This course will focus on community and population health. Learners will have the opportunity to explore nursing roles and integrate primary health care and nursing theory and practice related to community health and development in a variety of community settings.
***Pre-requisites: CNUR 302, CNUR 303, CNUR 304, CNUR 305***
Note: The theory portion of this course is offered online.

CNUR 402 – Health Promotion with Older Adults and Rural & Remote Populations (3 cr)
This course will continue to focus on alterations in health of older adults, and examine health promotion and nursing roles in rural and remote communities. Learners will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of gerontology, and the key issues related to applying the principles of primary health care and interprofessional practice in rural and remote populations.
***Pre-requisite: CNUR 300***
***Pre-requisite that can be taken concurrently: CNUR 401***
Note: This course is offered online. 

CNUR 403 – Focused Practice  (6 cr)
This course will provide learners the opportunity to consolidate theory and prepare for assuming the role of registered nurse in a focused practice area.
***Pre-requisites: Must have completed 108 credit hours of the nursing program OR be in progress of completing 108 credit hours to register***

CNUR 404 – Transition to Practice (6 cr)

This course will provide opportunities for the learners to integrate theory and practice in an acute care setting with an emphasis on evidence-informed practice and leadership, in preparation for assuming the role of a registered nurse.

***Pre-requisites: Must have completed 108 credit hours of the nursing program OR be in progress of completing 108 credit hours to register***